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Apr 4, 2015

Dandelions are good for your Lawn


Imagine that! Dandelions are one of the most familiar plant in the world and the most unpopular plant in the neighborhood. I got this information from  Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association website. According to them "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."
It is well grown in my yard and this is a really good excuse not to weed them out.




My Abby! She was my baby for 15 years. I miss her so.
 





It was pretty nice and warm here today. This was reflection from my window. The color was just awesome!
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4 comments:

  1. I had no idea dandelions were good for the lawn! Where I used to live in Utah only slackers and bad neighbors let the dandelions flourish. Nothing would upset a neighbor more than letting the dandelions go to seed in one's yard.

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  2. Great reflection in the window! wow! I love Dandelions! I'm so happy to hear they are good for the lawn. I grew up thinking they were a dreaded weed. We don't get many dandelions in Austin Texas but when the do pop up, I find myself snapping pictures of them. They're so pretty!
    Michele at Angels Bark

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