Dandelions are hated by gardeners, used by herbalists and loved by children. The yellow flower yields a delicate seed head. The seed can be detached by the slightest breeze and with a small parachute attached are carried wherever they may be blown. Children love dandelions because they can pick the seed head and with a small puff blow the floating parachutes across the landscape. Whether the seed head is attractive or an ugly nuisance depends on the eye and experiences of the beholder.
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