domingo, 11 de enero de 2015

Lady Bugs and Dandelion from Belarus

Sent on November 17 2014 Beatiful postcard sent from Belarus 7° C


Taraxacum officinale, 
the common name of dandelion, from French dent-de-lion, meaning "lion's tooth"
Considered weed, it has lots of medicinal uses and it is edible completely, roots and all!!!


...and of course, I love Lady Bugs!

1 comentario:

Ja Optymistyczna dijo...

I didn't know that it's plant is called dandelion. We call it in Poland sometimes "dmuchawiec" - from the word "dmuchać" ("to blow"), because you can blow it out :)
And the insect from the postcard (a ladybug) is called sometimes in Poland "boża krówka" which mean "God's cow" :)
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Greetings!