But regular broccoli will do; also rough greens—spinach, kale, dandelion greens, Swiss chard.
Turn to your companion to voice this worry, but then instead get distracted by a dandelion.
Feel really guilty about having maybe just caused the greatest natural disaster ever on dandelion World X177782.
But I have seen it out in November; that is, the dandelion blooms for fully nine months.
The Queen's throne was a dandelion flower and a regal throne it was.
A day or two since, Una found a few purple violets, and yesterday a dandelion in bloom.
In the dandelion and wild lettuces, the juice is merely bitter.
I asked, and my toes pinched the head of the dandelion until it dropped from its stem.
"Not one of us in dandelion Troop have such a banker," laughed Judith.
dandelion greens, spinach, Swiss chard, may all be used in the same way.
early 15c., earlier dent-de-lioun (late 14c.), from Middle French dent de lion, literally "lion's tooth" (from its toothed leaves), translation of Medieval Latin dens leonis. Other folk names, like tell-time refer to the custom of telling the time by blowing the white seed (the number of puffs required to blow them all off supposedly being the number of the hour), or to the plant's more authentic diuretic qualities, preserved in Middle English piss-a-bed and French pissenlit.