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Italian Dandelion Seeds

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Italian Dandelion - not a true dandelion at all, but a type of chicory that is very dandelion like. This is a highly uniform strain. At baby leaf stage the leaves are narrow and spoon-shaped with subtle spikes along the margins and a thin petiole. At full size the leaves are long, deep green, slender and deeply cut with white midribs. Slow-bolting and upright with pretty blue flowers at maturity.

Dandelion

Taraxacum, commonly referred to as "Dandelion" has been used for culinary and medicinal purposes for thousands of years. Native to temperate climates, all species of Dandelion are edible. Ancient peoples ate them raw for generations, eventually using it as a herb also. Contains high amounts of Vitamins A, C, and K. Dandelion has also been used to treat liver problems and infections. Gardeners consider Dandelion a beneficial weed that helps keep the soil nourished with nitrogen.