common dandelion

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Eurasian plant widely naturalized as a weed in North America

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The common dandelion is rich in nutrients including protein, calcium, iron, Vitamins A & C.
The common dandelion, Taraxacum officinal, has been used in
Ameliore' is a cultivated French strain of the common dandelion with broader leaves and a milder flavor than its outlaw cousin (available from The Cook's Garden; www.
Studying weeds gives me a healthy respect for their capabilities and although I have confidence that through knowledge we can move towards taming infestations of weeds like the common dandelion, we should never be so bold as to think we will eliminate them.
Most authorities think the common dandelion was brought to America by the early settlers, maybe even on the May-flower.