ICE ROSE DANDELION  by SofiaYoushi
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Araxacum officinale is a medical herb of the family Asteraceae (Compositae). It can be found worldwide in flatlands of temperate regions.
It is considered throughout the world to be a weed, and is also known as the common dandelion. Dandelions are plants, native to temperate areas of the Northern Hemisphere of the Old World. They are commonly known as weeds.
The leaves are 5-25 cm long, simple and basal, entire or lobed, forming a rosette above the central taproot. As the leaves grow outward they push down the surrounding vegetation, such as grass in a lawn, which kills other plants by cutting off their access to sunlight. A bright yellow flower head which is open in the daytime but closes at night is borne singly on a hollow stem which rises 4-30 cm above the leaves and exudes a milky sap (latex) when broken. A rosette may produce several flowering stems at a time. The flower head is 2-5 cm in diameter and consists entirely of ray florets.(Wikipedia.org)

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ball, circle, cold, dandelion, drop, drops, field, fresh, grass, health, herb, ice, lawn, morning, rose, snoe, weeds, wild, winter, yellow, youshi

Comments

  • JoanIreland1970
    JoanIreland1970over 6 years ago

    very nice shot. u use macro?

  • Geoffrey Wicking
    Geoffrey Wickingover 6 years ago

    Nature is math. Beautiful

  • Travis Easton
    Travis Eastonover 6 years ago

    Wow never seen a frozen one before, great capture.

  • geraint
    geraintover 6 years ago

    Stunning photo and great description

  • Trace Lowe
    Trace Loweover 6 years ago

    Awesome image. Well done

  • Jodie Carruthers
    Jodie Carruthersover 6 years ago

    Beautiful

  • caitlynnn
    caitlynnnover 6 years ago

    ohhh beautiful.

  • EAWilliams
    EAWilliamsover 6 years ago

    Very nice! And an educational detail…thank you Sofia I really appreciate that.

  • jade77green
    jade77greenover 6 years ago

    Great clarity n positioning. Almost like looking into white sun or someone’s eye. Think it’ a great shot.

  • Normf
    Normfalmost 6 years ago

    Congratulations on your well deserved “feature” in Vibrant Plants!

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