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Red and curly kale, collard greens, mustard greens, dandelion greens and baskets full of fresh cilantro and parsley are at the ready, too.
There also are perennial weeds, such as dollarweed, oxalis, white clover, dichondra, dandelion and Indian strawberry.
Stories about the hundreds of millions of dollars needed to repair the mess and the health risks posed by potholes have sprung up in recent weeks like a yard full of dandelions.
Russian dandelions and rubber trees like richer land good for food crops, while guayule can survive on 8 inches of annual rain falling on meager soil, Niaura said.
There are indigenous food trucks in British Columbia, cooking courses in Ottawa and new restaurants and cafes in Toronto, including Ku-kum Kitchen and NishDish, which serves plates like dandelion-cranberry salad.
Last night, millions settled in to watch Mikaela Shiffrin’s Pyeongchang Olympics debut only to have their hopes blown away like a loose snowflake on a dandelion, which is a striking simile in both its poetry and its appropriateness.
On the other hand, broadleafed weedkiller sprays containing 2,4-D will eliminate henbit, clover, dandelions and other non-grassy weeds.
Some that do survive include lovage, sea kale, sorrel, Sweet Cicely, bunching onions such as scallions and Japanese negi onions, some leeks such as Carentan and Blue Solaise, and dandelions and groundnuts.
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Origin and Etymology of dandelion
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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: a very common wild plant that has bright yellow flowers
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