dandelion green

dandelion green
1. the foliage of the dandelion plant
Hypernyms: ↑leaf, ↑leafage, ↑foliage
2. edible leaves of the common dandelion collected from the wild; used in salads and in making wine
Hypernyms: ↑greens, ↑green, ↑leafy vegetable

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