Dandelion Photobomb

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Dandelion photo-bomb : My pretty photo got photo bombed by a fly 😉

© Aisling Jennings Photography
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Dandelions – The dandelion is a perennial, herbaceous plant with long, lance-shaped leaves. They’re so deeply toothed, they gave the plant its name in Old French: Dent-de-lion means lion’s tooth in Old French.

They grow individually on hollow flower stalks 2 to 18″ tall. Each yellow flower head consists of hundreds of tiny ray flowers. Unlike other composites, there are no disk flowers.

The flower head can change into the familiar, white, globular seed head overnight. Each seed has a tiny parachute, to spread far and wide in the wind.  The thick, brittle, beige, branching taproot grows up to 10″ long. All parts of this plant exude a white milky sap when broken.


Dandelion in Leenavea, Co. Mayo taken in August 2011.  The Dandelion is also known as ‘The Little Flame of God’…