Mid-March Dandelions

Pictures of my dandelions in the garden in this record warm winter!

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Moss-leaved dandelion isn’t looking very moss-leaved at this stage (or has it died and a wild plant replaced it?)

 

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White flowered Taraxacum pamiricum (germinated last spring)
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Taraxacum pseudoroseum – the roots have heaved out of the soil by frost action
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Taraxacum rubifolium
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Taraxacum officinale “Pissenlit Coeur Plein Ameliore”
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Taraxacum officinale “Gourmet Löwenzahn Lyonell”
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Taraxacum albidum
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Taraxacum officinale “Vert de Montmagny Ameliore”
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Taraxacum ceratophorum
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Taraxacum spp. from a local mountain top

 

2 thoughts on “Mid-March Dandelions”

  1. Yes, never got round to planting them in the autumn and I found the pot next to a bed where I’d planned to plant them – with no protection. Luckily it’s been a mild winter!

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