Marco Banks wrote:
Rae Alan wrote:
Isn't there some sort of abandoned field or neglected area somewhere with dandelions sprouting up? I'm shocked that you don't have some coming up in your own yard or garden.
I'm in Southern Az, we don't have abandoned fields we have desert. Lots and lots of desert. Creosote I have plenty, mesquite, I will never need to buy smoking chips for my grill. Dandelions none. Probably the 115 deg heat in summer, which for us this year looks like it will be April to November
Erwin Decoene wrote:How on earth can you have so much trouble propagating dandylions ?
As a kid i had to cut them out of my parents lawn for days on end. There is no end to them. I can confirm that they regrouw from leafless roots or pieces of roots. I would just collects seeds locally.
Joseph Lofthouse wrote: If I wanted to transport some, I'd dig them up. Cut off the leaves, and stick the roots in a plastic bag with a bit of dryish soil to absorb any sweating. Then keep them in the dark, and cold if possible.
S Bengi wrote:Anywhere in Arizona as long as it is not in a city limit you dont need any permits, however AZ is mostly desert.