Horseradish Plant - Amoracia rusticana - Culinary herb
Horseradish - Amoracia rusticana
Type: Hardy Perennial
Approximate height: 60 cm
Flowering time: Late spring or early summer
Site and soil type: For best crop grow in rich moist soil with some sun but will grow in any position or soil.
Care: Can be invasive. If space is limited try growing in a large pot.
Plant size: Large - grown in a 2 litre pot. (For pot size guide, click here)
Large coarse leaves and small white flowers on long stems in late spring to early summer.
The grated root is used to make Horseradish sauce or to flavour dips or coleslaw.
Peat-free, pesticide-free, plastic-free.
All plants are sent to you in an eco-friendly cardboard POSIpot or fibre pot, (made from wood pulp), together with a wooden ID label and care instructions. In both cases these can be planted straight into the ground in the pot which will biodegrade.
NOTE: It is very important to consult a qualified medical herbalist before taking any herbs medicinally. Any information contained here is for information only and not as a guide to self-medication. The use of any information from this webpage is entirely at the reader's own risk.