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Dandelion Live Wallpaper« Personalization & Tools « Downloads
|Updated||September 16, 2013|
|Category||Personalization & Tools|
Watch lovely “flower seeds” float carelessly on your screen! Get this Galaxy S4 Live Wallpaper! Download “Dandelion Live Wallpaper” and enjoy the arrival of spring! Play with light petals sliding across your desktop in a manner so calming that it will wipe away all the worries! Remember how you used to amuse yourself with fluffy dandelions and blow their delicate petals into the green wilderness? Now you can enjoy watching them on your phone! Have lots of fun using your new and cool wallpaper!
To use: Home -> Menu -> Wallpapers -> Live Wallpapers
Inspired by original Samsung Galaxy S3 dandelion background!
Get Dandelion Live Wallpaper and have fun with light blossoms floating on your screen! Choose your favorite flowery background and let this app show you the wonders and beauty of nature! Make your phone a living garden of these beautiful flowers! Get this free app now!
The botanical name of the dandelion is Taraxacum officinal and it is also known by other names like blow ball, pissenlit, lion's tooth and many others. Taraxacum is derived from a Greek word, which gives a meaning of altering or stirring up; this is in reference to the health properties of dandelion. The second word, officinal, used to be attached to the names of all herbs which were officially recognized. Dandelions are a perennial plant that grows best in full sun with moist soil. Once the plant is established, though, it can handle shade and water deprivation. The plant bears bright yellow, round flowers, and leaves that have a tooth-like shape.
The flower is surrounded by a series of yellow petals called bracts. There is an inner and outer layer of bracts. The inner bracts remain erect until the seeds mature at which point they turn downward, thereby permitting the seeds to disperse. The outer bracts always remain pointing in a downward direction.
The dandelion plant does not require pollination in order to reproduce; rather it self-pollinates and reproduces. It is the process of reproducing which creates its characteristic fluffy white sphere.
Following self-pollination and flowering, the dandelion develops a round cluster of seed cases. Each achene produces a seed. When mature, the inner layer of bracts points downward and the flower dries out for several days, eventually falling off, revealing a ball.
The ball that remains once the flower falls off ultimately opens into a full sphere of as many as 200 thin fluffy white threads attached to a stem. This change can happen overnight.
After dandelion seeds are carried away from the plants by the wind, they can fly for miles. After landing, the seeds can sprout right on the soil's surface at any time of year, which allows new plants to grow easily. If the plant is cut off, it can also regrow. Dandelions are hardy plants, and easily adapt to difficult growing conditions, such as dry soil or competition with plants such as grass.
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This live wallpaper has been tested on latest devices such as Samsung Galaxy S3, S4, Nexus 7, HTC Desire S and Sony Xperia S. Please contact us if your device is not supported.