It is a perennial herbaceous plant of the Astravi family, widespread in the CIS countries. Its name in Latin – Taraxacum – presumably goes back to the Arabic loan “Tarukhshakun” (“dandelion”). The people also call it a silent one, a necklace, a cow flower, a Jewish hat, a puffed cap, an armpit, and parachutists. In Russian, the name of the flower is associated with the verbs “blow”, “blow”. It is noteworthy that in a number of European languages, representatives of the Romano-Germanic group, “dandelion” is translated literally as “lion’s tooth”: Löwenzahn (German), Dandelion SVG, diente de león (Spanish), dente de leão (Portuguese), dente di leone (Italian).