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For other uses, see Dandelion (disambiguation).

Dandelion is a plant in the Chinese version of Plants vs. Zombies 2. He attacks by releasing explosive dandelion seed bombs at zombies.


He is a Super-Rare monthly special plant. He releases bombs that float over to the zombies by the dandelion seeds and drop on them. The bombs deal three damage and deal splash damage in a 1x1 area.


Note: In-game, Dandelion's damage is Moderate, and its recharge is Mediocre.

蒲公英 (Dandelion)
Sun cost: 200

DAMAGE: Normal
RANGE: Lobbed




    In English:

    Dandelion releases powerful seeds to bomb zombies.

    Range: Single-tile damage
    Plant feature: white plant

    Previously, Dandelion was a normal young artist. He likes to lie down on a tree to read books and stare the sky through the book's gap if there is nothing to do. His dream was being a pilot flying in the blue sky. When he grew up, he became an airport communication person......Yes, you did not misread, because of his wrong reading position, his eyesight worsened and he could not pass the pilot medical examination!


Plant Food effect

Dandelion will release two to five bombs that home in on random zombies and deal splash damage in 1x1 area. If there are no targets available, he will not create any bombs.

Level upgrade

Level Upgrades Description
LevelIcon2New Dandelion Upgrade 1
Multiple Bombing
Bombs can be dropped twice before the dandelion seed disappears.
Combat Training
Dandelion gains 50% more attack power and health (150% of initial).
LevelIcon3New Dandelion Upgrade 2
Bomb Load
Bombs can be dropped three times before the dandelion seed disappears.
Cell Activation
Dandelion gains another 50% more attack power and health (200% of initial).
LevelIcon4New AbilityAwakendIcon
Ability Awaken
Dandelion may be boosted when planted.
Fighting Power
Dandelion gains another 50% more attack power and health (250% of initial).


The Plant Food ability now creates a lot of powerful bombs and does a carpet bombing to zombies.


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  • If a bomb misses a zombie behind it, it will home into the zombie behind it.
  • If the bombs kill the zombies and it is on a tombstone or weapon stand, the bombs will return and damage it. However, if the bombs created by Plant Food miss the zombies, they just float out of the screen.
  • This is one of the only plants where the Chinese version has released earlier than the International version, even though being technically a different plant but a same name. The other is Electric Blueberry.
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