Common Names: Bulbous bittercress, bulbous cress, bittercress
Sub-category: Mustard family
A perennial plant in the mustard family. Flowers are white.
This plant grows in moist soils of bottomland woods and wet meadows. Blooms April to June.
Edible Notes: The leaves and young buds are edible raw and the root can be grated and used as a horseradish substitute.
Warnings: Not known to be dangerous.