Taraxacum albidum is
a common perennial herb inhabiting residential districts; the leaves
are 15-20cm in length, 3-7cm in width, lanceolate, middle-deeply
cleft in a pinnate way. The leaves and involucres are light green,
and the leaf veins are white. Flower stalks grow to 30-40cm in
height to set single 4cm-across white head flowers on top of them.
The involucres measure about 2cm in length; outer involucral brats
are ovate long-oblong or ovate, shorter than inner involucral
bracts. On their tops, there is one each of prominent horn-like
protuberances. Bloom time: April-May.