These dandelions have gone by. I don't know which version I detest more. When they're yellow and are scattered across the lawn, they stand out more and need to be removed by my 'local gardener'. Later, it's magical! The snowball effect transpires, seemingly overnight, and it's no problem. You see, my mower seeks no mercy and finds none. I will say this though. How come something so insignificant in the plant world can be constructed so perfectly? Forget stopping to smell the roses today. Take a gander at the poor, passing dandelion. Give it some props!
have you ever tried dandelion wine?ReplyDelete
and as a child, was there nothing more special than blowing on these and scattering the seeds everywhere?!
The humble but nasty dandelion makes great wine!ReplyDelete
PS. Surely you have read Dandelion Wine!?ReplyDelete
cheers to the humble, but perfect dandelion.ReplyDelete
Dandelions and daisies, I love these weeds!ReplyDelete
that is the most perfect set of 'poofs' ever!!!ReplyDelete
I know these are a pain to the gardner but, I do love looking at these little puff balls when they go to seed.ReplyDelete
What an eye-catching composition! It's beautiful! Also like the previous Iris.ReplyDelete
Outstanding photo BM!!ReplyDelete
A weed is just a flower whose virtues have yet to be discovered.ReplyDelete
It looks amazing when you pull the image in real close, it's a very intricate little weed!!ReplyDelete
The local gardener has his work "CUT" out for him! :)ReplyDelete
I can remember making bouquets of the flowers as a kid and they would die in a couple of hours - so disappointing!ReplyDelete
Blow, blow... More next year!ReplyDelete
Have you ever tried dandelion salad?
Give it some Weed-B-Gon.ReplyDelete