Prairie Dandelion

When flowering, prairie dandelion resembles the common dandelion, with its single yellow flower on a leafless stalk.

PRAIRIE DANDELION (Agoseris glauca)

When flowering, prairie dandelion resembles the common dandelion, with its single yellow flower on a leafless stalk. But the long narrow, toothless leaves, arranged in a basal rosette, are thick and rubbery. Seed puffs are pure white, compared to the gray puffs of common dandelions.

Flower Colour: yellow
Sun Exposure: full sun
Bloom Period: June – July
Height: 8 – 15”
Soil: medium