crowded bulbs

Tim Eck timeck17582@gmail.com
Wed, 25 Mar 2020 17:06:33 PDT
I enjoy dandelions, violets and clover in my lawn - it's so much prettier
than a plain green lawn.  I even planted some gill-over-the-ground (Glechoma
hederacea) in the lawn so I can smell the refreshing scent while mowing.
I think people hate dandelions especially because they can mow the lawn to
manicured perfection and then a few hours later dandelion seed-heads will
stick up proudly several inches above their perfect green carpet.  An
obsessive-compulsive's bane but a truly beautiful plant.  In our neck of
the woods, they eat them with hot bacon dressing and most people actually
pre-cook them first to reign-in their bitterness.

On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 1:29 PM Linda M Foulis <info@beautifulblooms.ab.ca>
wrote:

> Do dandelions count as bulbish with that wonderful tap root?  I once
> purchased white dandelion seeds from Australia.   I recently saw a picture
> of pink and yellow blooms, I would like a lawn full of those.   Hopefully
> more people are seeing the benefits of dandelions, I can't wait for my
> first spring salad.  For now I'm making tea with the roots and dried leaves.
> The only thing crowding for me right now is Ledebouria sp.  Tag was lost
> long ago, should make the effort to ID it.
> Still a couple feet of snow on the ground here, but it is sunny.
> Trying to keep occupied by planting seeds.
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> Linda Foulis
> Zone 2 ish, Alberta, Canada
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