Eat the root fresh, dried, or cook it for that spicy mustard flavour! A great addition to ‘fire cider’ tinctures. Leaves and flowers are edible as well. Harvest in Autumn before the first frost.
Water: Moderate to Dry
Hardiness: Not frost tender, but disappears in Winter
Habit: 2 to 3' tall and wide perennial
Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Soil: Any well-draining soil
Additional Characteristics: Edible Flower