How do you stop the dandy lions from growing in your grass?
My grass is nice and green, the only problem I see is the dandy lions coming up.
The correct form of the word is dandelion. However, I love your phrasing much more because it made me picture a lion who is dressed as an 18th century dandy. Thank you very much for that hilarious imagery, sir.
Now, with your question, I have no idea how to stop them from growing. Even then, I love dandelions and would never take their beauty away from this earth.
For Chase Honeycutt.
I would just the weeds alone. They make great iguana food.
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