A rash of health warnings have erupted from the UK, from news outlets and Twitter.
The Welsh national flower, shelved in close proximity to food aisles, has confused some grocery patrons. The daffodil is unfortunately not intended for human ingestion, unlike the Chinese onion, which it closely resembles.
Members of the populace are up in arms against governmental attempts to separate the flower from the fruit-and-veggie aisles, and return it to the gardening department. While there is significant objection from the smart-enough citizens, governments are, unfortunately, obligated to create legislation to protect the less intelligent from themselves.
Dandelions, on the other hand, are perfectly healthy for humans, and a welcome addition to your garden salad.