(...) Dandelions are tough and stubborn, deep-rooted and hard to shift.
Pick a fight with a dandelion and you'll lose. (...)
They'll just parachute off to your favourite flower bed.
Much better just to call a truce. (...)
I Wandered Lonely as a... Dandelion?, poema de William Barton, em jeito de resposta ao poema I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud, de William Wordsworth
Dente-de-leão, Jardim Botânico de Lisboa