12 seeds per packet. A dwarf species from the Faroe Islands (also known as Taraxacum rubrifolium), where it is now thought extinct and possibly only survives now in cultivation or as a garden escapee. It is a dwarf species with dark purple, almost black rosettes of foliage and short flower stems with contrasting, bright, golden yellow flowers. Flowering late spring to summer. Height 2 to 5 cm. Sun to light shade in any well-drained soil. Perfect for growing in rock gardens or in pots with a gravel surround that can really show off its foliage. Warm germinator.