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Taraxacum breviscapum

Not listed on NEMBA legislation, however it is a troublesome weed smothering other natural vegetation.

European weed found on roadsides, in waste places and in gardens.  The leaves are used traditionally as a salad and the roots are used as a medicine. Flowers prolifically in the Park along the Links Drive verge.

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30 cm
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September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May