Dandelions have got to be the most hated and the most loved of plants. We revile them on our lawns, but when we see a field of these yellow blossoms stretching like a carpet of polka dots into the distance, we remark that it looks beautiful. When we were kids, we told time by blowing away the delicate seed parachutes of a dandelion clock. Some of us enjoy eating tender young dandelion greens cooked, or in a salad, and some of us make dandelion wine. On the other hand, some of us go to the garden supply store and buy weedkiller. I guess it’s all in how you look at dandelions!
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