Blue Mustard (Chorispora tenella)

Other common names (purple mustard, blue mustard, musk mustard, and crossflowerWhere you usually find it
Native to Eurasia but is well known in other parts of the world, particularly in temperate regions, as an introduced species and a noxious weed



Entire plant is edible when young. The leaves have a nice radish flovor that gets stronger as the plant ages. The flowers and pollen give off a distinct smell that some find unpleasant.
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