Man-made Dandelions that infiltrates the botanical garden. Made up from hundreds of wooden parts the sculptures imitates the garden’s unwanted plant. At the same both time clumsy versions of the efficiant plant and the human drive to create the artificial. Dandelions, one of the most cosmopolitan plants, effective, edible and despised. Many see the beauty in them but still want too eradicate them from their garden. In this sculpture the flowers are questioning our ideas of rationality: Why are only some plants welcome in the garden? Is the artificial order more uneasy than the chaos of nature? Is it sensible to create wooden Dandelions?