Prairie Dandelion

Leaves are thick and rubbery and seed puffs are pure white.

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