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~Crackers on the Couch~ Edible Flowers: Marigold, Thimbleberry, Thyme, Salsify, Borage, Pea, Lavender, Dandelion, Nasturtium, Blackberry, Pak Choi

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Dandelions Pick them when they are young, before they get bitter (low to the ground and the size of a marble), then sprinkle on salads or rice (raw or steamed) to add a sweet honey flavor.

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Taraxacum officinale, the Dandelion, is a flowering herbaceous perennial plant of the family Asteraceae (Compositae).

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Don’t Weed ’Em Out: How to Use and Benefit from Dandelions #Infographic #Gardening

Don’t Weed ’Em Out: How to Use and Benefit from Dandelions #Infographic

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Dandelion Flower Symbolism Dandelions stand for wishes coming true. The dozens of seeds released by each flower head represent fertility and abundance. The seeds' journey illustrates a time of clothing the past and a symbol of hope for starting something new. When we blow away the puffball with it's seeds, we make a wish for something better. It also symbolize faithfulness and happiness, affection returned, desire, sympathy, Oracle of Time and Love. Dandelions are rich in symbolism.

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