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 Dandelion, Taraxacum is a Composite Flower and Grows in Virtually all Soil Conditions 

Not usually used for decoration, Dandelions are edible and traditionally as a medicine. Flowers are typically yellow and open with sunlight while closing at night and grow from single stems of 10cm or more. When mature, dandelions form a ball with seeds that are transported in the wind.

It is a composite flower, meaning that there are dozens of smaller flowers disguised as the “petals in each flower head.” These flowers mature as cypselae, tiny oblong-shaped seeds with parachute-like pappi that form a white, fluffy appearing seed head. The seeds catch and are transported by the wind, often reaching very far distances.


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They are covered with a layer of brown skin and numerous long white roots that grow downwards into the ground.

 The Dandelion grows in every state of the United States but is most common and abundant in the Northern parts. It prefers sandy soil. It is found around old homesites or abandoned fields in the Southern states. The Dandelion is an herbaceous perennial plant of the family Asteraceae. The plant's common name comes from the French "dent de lion" ("lion's tooth"), alluding to the shape of the flower head, which consists of ray florets that resemble a lion's open mouth.

Dandelion is a perennial plant that grows up to 80 centimeters tall. It develops from a rosette of deeply lobed leaves with thin stems. The flower heads are produced at the top of the stems and have a diameter of 7 to 15 centimeters, with yellow or orange ray florets and yellow or dark red center florets.

Dandelion roots are 12-15 cm long, thick, and fleshy. The brown skin peels away easily to reveal creamy-white flesh, which is crisp and juicy when young but becomes woody as it gets larger. The tubers are usually harvested before they become woody in autumn and stored in boxes or sacks.

 Native Americans often used dandelion leaves to treat inflammation, fever, kidney problems, and diabetes. These days, many people still use Dandelion to treat liver disease, skin conditions, and bile disorders such as gallstones or jaundice. Dandelion also contains antioxidant compounds that help prevent particular cancer and heart disease types.

Many people know about the Dandelion as a weed that grows in yards and driveways, but few realize how beneficial this plant can be to your health and wellbeing. Dandelion leaves are used to make teas, which have been touted for everything from helping with digestion to improving liver function. They've also been used to treat tuberculosis, pneumonia, and hepatitis. The Dandelion as a plant has many uses. Edible and medicinal uses for this plant's leaves, roots, and flowers. The whole plant is edible and can be used in salads or blanched for cooked greens. The young leaves are best for using fresh, but the older leaves can be cooked.

There are several medicinal uses for the Dandelion. You can use this plant to treat urinary tract infections, kidney stones, and gallstones. This herb can also balance excess acid in the stomach and is an effective liver tonic. You can use the root to stimulate milk flow in nursing mothers or reduce joint inflammation caused by uric acid buildup.

Purchase the Dandelion because it is a good source of vitamins A, C, and B-complex. It is also a good source of minerals like iron, calcium, potassium, and magnesium. Dandelion is used to treat diabetes mellitus type 2 (DM2). This herb will not control blood sugar levels, but it can better help the body process sugar. 

The roots and rosettes are used to make extracts taken orally for controlling blood sugar levels in patients with DM2. The root extract is considered more effective than the leaf extract for controlling blood sugar levels in diabetic patients. Dandelion for sale is used to treat urinary problems such as inflammation of the kidneys, cystitis (inflammation of the bladder), urethritis (inflammation of the urethra), frequent urination, and painful urination to kidney stones or bladder stones.

Height at maturity: 80 cm 

Hardiness: zones 3 to 10

Sunlight: partial, full sun

Ship as: Bareroot

 Botanical Latin Name: Taraxacum officinale

Common Name: Dandelion

Sun Exposure: does best in full sunlight

Hardiness Zones: prolific in all US growing zones

Mature Height: typically around 40cm (1ft and 3in) but can reach up to 70cm (2ft and 3in)

Spread: 6in or 15cm

Spacing: 6in or 15cm

Growth Rate: rapid

Flowering Time: early spring usually sees the most significant bloom, but the Dandelion can bloom throughout summer and autumn, and in milder climates, winter as well

How Long It Flowers: usually about nine days

Flower Color: yellow

Soil Requirements: grows in virtually all soil conditions but prefers the pH to be above 7.0

Pruning: once pruned, the Dandelion vigorously sprouts new leaves and will keep regenerating foliage as long as its roots are still in the ground, even if the top is cut off completely

Flower Form: Dandelion is a hardy perennial with a long taproot. The plant base is a basal rosette of highly irregular, lanceolate, and dully or sharply toothed leaves growing up to 45cm (1ft ½) and 10cm (4in) wide.

Dandelion plants for thousands of years  are used as food and health remedies


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Plant Name- Botanical Name - Dandelion - Taraxacum officinale Hardy Planting Zones- 3-10 Sun or Shade ??Full Sun to Partial Sun- Height - 12-18" Mature Width- 12-18" Bloom Season ??Spring, Fall (April to May and August to Sept.) Beginner
Planting Zones 3-10
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Dandelion Plant

    These are precious flowers which have stayed in my lawn for over two years now. Nice accent to any perennial and shrubs around.

  • 5
    Childhood Memories

    I more than gladly bought this plant, and was more than happy with the way that it turned out. It was a wonderful memory to look at.

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