Armoracia rusticana Brassicaceae
Long-lived polycarpic perennial
Not Native to the Finger Lakes Region, Cultivated and Naturalized Througout Much of Europe; Naturalized in N. America
Grated roots are made into condiments and sauces.
Mundy Wildflower Garden, Robison Herb Garden, Pounder Vegetable Garden and Climate Change Garden
Source of plant
George W. Park Seed Co. Inc.
Deep-rooted, strong perennial; lower leaf blades to 15" long, and 9" across, crenate-dentate or jagged,sometimes dissected into linear segments, upper stem leaves lanceolate to oblong; flowers in a terminal panicle in spring.
USDA Hardiness Zone