The leaves of coltsfoot and of other plants have often been used as a substitute for tobacco in modern days.
At first sight, the coltsfoot might be mistaken for a small dandelion.
Some of those new people are presentable, but she isn't; and coltsfoot is so good-looking and so young.
One of the most interesting of the early spring flowers is the coltsfoot.
For the coltsfoot bungalow was unusually ugly even for an Essex small-holding.
The caterpillar feeds on the flower stalks of the coltsfoot during March and April.
coltsfoot, too, was but a penny to the stick and pleased the palate.
Exactly the same may be observed with the Dandelion, which is, indeed, still more sensitive than the coltsfoot.
Before a dandelion has shown in the meadow, the banks of the railway are yellow with coltsfoot.
The Greek name for the coltsfoot, from , a broad-brimmed hat, on account of its large leaves.