Dandelions are a surprising source of nutrients. They contain vitamin C, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, thiamine, riboflavin, beta carotene, and fiber.
They are actually more nutritious than most of the fruits and vegetables you can buy in the grocery store.
Dandelion is a perennial plant growing almost everywhere, which can reach 38 cm in height. This plant has only basal leaves. Each leaf is toothed or lobed. The flower-heads are up to 4.5 cm wide, yellow. Florets number 40 to over 100 per head, which are yellow or orange-yellow in color.
Grow a less bitter variety.
Try growing Dandelions in the shade.
To reduce bitterness, harvest Dandelion leaves early