August 19, 2008

A Quick Glance At Dandelions

Dandelion is a flowering plant with attractive bright yellow flower that transformed into a stunning intricate Dandelion seed clock as it progresses over time. Although, for some gardeners, this flowering plant can be one deceiving beauty because they are widely considered as weeds and a complete nuisance in most gardens and lawns. But at the same time, Dandelion have beneficial purposes for both in culniary and medicinal uses. Dandelion is such a popular plant that some places even celebrate a Dandelion Day every year!

The Dandelion clock is one of the most popular subject of photography in a Dandelion plant, but the seed components of this clock is so intricate and delicate that a mere blow of a wind against it will burst this clock open, each seed as light as a feather, easily spreading each seeds in the air, which when this happens, you can definitely expect more Dandelion weeds growing in your garden or lawn the following year! For flower garderners and lawn people, knowing that you just planted and spread more Dandelion seeds in your yard is a complete nightmare.
If you see a full and undisturbed Dandelion clock in your garden or lawn, pick it off from the plant slowly and place it in a solid container or trash can carefully, making sure that you wont be shaking it off and dropping the seeds all over.


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9 comments:

Drunken Dragon said...

Nice blog

I'm looking a unique blog for my blogroll, I think I like your blog so much.
If you don't mind, would you like to xchnge link with me?
Thank you so much

waliz said...

we dont have dandelions in our country...but i am happy to get a chance to view it here jaze...:D

thanks for visiting me...

Kathy said...

Great pictures! I loved this post!

Would you be interested in a link exchange with my newest blog? It sure could use a little link-love to get up and running and your blog seems to be a somewhat similar niche.

memorialgarden said...

looking for a recipe for dandelion wine- i hear its pretty good!
nice pictures

network marketing company said...

i love this post. i agree with kathy though :)

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www.PlantingDiary.com said...

@waliz: in a way you are quite lucky not to have a dandelion in your garden or lawn coz they can easily dominate the area and its not cool for a lot of gardeners for something like this to happen coz its considered weeds, really

@kathy: sure, id be happy to xlinks with you. i went to your link, but i had a hard time leaving msg there, pls msg me back when you add this blog in your blogroll so that i can reciprocate and return the favor too.

@memorialgarden: i dont have dandelion wine recipe but try googling it :-)

@network: thank you for being here, hope to see you around

lbc flower delivery said...

Great shot! I really love dandelion. Anyway, I agree with you there,"Dandelion is a flowering plant with attractive bright yellow flower that transformed into a stunning intricate Dandelion seed clock as it progresses over time." very well said. Keep posting.

-yumi-

flower Philippines said...

Oh! Those flowers caught my attention. It seems you have a great flower gardens. How I wish I could have a cool garden like yours. Keep it up!

toni

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