The night-nodding bog dandelion sleeps until 8:00 a.m. Photograph shows the night-nodding bog dandelion in closed phase; From Natural Gardens (page 444): "Low perennial with flower stalks, 3-7 in. high, bearing single terminal heads which are nearly erect in the sunshine but nodding on dark days and at night; central flowers slightly 2-lipped; ray flowers white within purplish without: leaf-blades in a basal rosette, long-elliptic, smooth above, woolly beneath. In grassy bogs or savannahs of the coastal plain. Early spring."