Herb: Wild Mignonette
Latin name: Reseda lutea
Family: Resedaceae (Mignonette Family)
Edible parts of Wild Mignonette:Young leaves - raw.
Description of the plant:
Habitat of the herb:Waste places, disturbed ground and arable land, especially on calcareous sub-strata.
Propagation of Wild Mignonette:Seed - sow in situ in the spring and only just cover the seed. An autumn sowing usually succeeds in areas where winter temperatures do not fall below about -10°C.
Cultivation of the herb:Waste places, disturbed ground and arable land, especially on calcareous sub-strata.
Medicinal use of Wild Mignonette:None known
Known hazards of Reseda lutea:None known
Plant information taken from the Plants For A Future.