Common names: Summer Mustard, Shortpod Mustard
Description: Erect biennial or perennial, growing to 3 feet tall. Stems are branched both from the base and above and are covered with fine hairs.
Flowers: Have four sepals, four light yellow petals and six stamens, four long and two of them short.
Leaves: Leaves are alternate, with the basal ones being larger and forming a rosette, the upper reduced.
Reproduction: By seed.
Flowering: May to October
Habitat and Ecology: Native to the Mediterranean

Young leaves and flowers are edible.