Also know as Jack-by-the-Hedge, has large delicate light green leaves and snow white flowers. Leaves may be used raw in salads or cooked. The leaves have antiseptic properties. This is the food plant of the orange tip butterfly. Habitat: hedgerows and woodland borders. We have recently discovered that the roots of this plant make a delicious substitute for horseradish, Height of 60cm.
Sow from September to November