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“Dandelions are good for your lawn. Their wide-spreading roots loosen hard-packed soil, aerate the earth and help reduce erosion. The deep taproot pulls nutrients such as calcium from deep in the soil and makes them available to other plants. Dandelions actually fertilize the grass.” - Anita Sanchez from “Ten Things You Might Not Know About Dandelions”

    Although many gardening fellows dislike dandelions, it is one of the most brilliant plants that will likely help the soil and other plants in your garden. Most of the reason why it is disliked is solely based on the aesthetical problem, i.e., you want to keep your lawn/garden look a certain way, and dandelion doesn’t suit what you’re envisioning. But if you’re not that case, don’t mind dandelion hang around your garden, then they’re the best and free choice to have!
    I only got a few of them in my backyard, hoping that more of them will come. Even though I could collect and eat them, I’m still hesitant. I remember the deadly amount of pesticides that I sprayed on this area and house.

Some Online Sources on Dandelion:
Dandelion Delight
Taraxacum officinale (Common Dandelion) 
Taraxacum erythrospermum (Red-seeded Dandelion)