Herb: Greek Mustard
Latin name: Hirschfeldia incana
Synonyms: Brassica adpressa, Sinapis incana
Edible parts of Greek Mustard:The young plant is eaten with oil and lemon juice in parts of Greece. The leaves of young plants are eaten raw. Seeds - raw or cooked. They can be ground into powder then mixed with water and eaten.
Description of the plant:
(3 1/4 foot)
Habitat of the herb:Naturalized in sandy places in the Channel Islands, it is also a casual in southern England.
Propagation of Greek Mustard:Seed - sow spring in situ.
Cultivation of the herb:Naturalized in sandy places in the Channel Islands, it is also a casual in southern England.
Medicinal use of Greek Mustard:None known
Known hazards of Hirschfeldia incana:None known
Plant information taken from the Plants For A Future.