Dandelion is one of the oldest flowers that grows in temperate climates around the world. The name ‘dandelion’ comes from the Old French dens leonis , which translates to “lion’s tooth,” a direct reference to the flower’s indented leaf pattern.
How did dandelions get their name? What is their significance in art and culture? This simple flower, which always marks the coming of spring, is demystified with beautiful photography and historical facts for your enjoyment.