A Forager's Treasury ID gallery
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Wild-growing radish relatives (Raphanus raphanistrum and Raphanus sativus)
Like other Brassicaceae, they have seed heads like mini broccoli.
Their flowers can be white, cream, pink or mauve.
The wild-growing radishes can be distinguished from other Brassicaceae partly by their hairy leaves and stems.
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