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Wild Mustard

Mustard is a pungent warming plants that improves digestion and circulation. Ground seeds provide the basis for mustards, and the whole seeds are an important component for pickles. This specific species is Brassica Alba, or White Mustard. It has yellow, vanilla scented flowers.

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Michael Forbus 29 Apr 2006

Lara, a great setup and capture the loss of clarity as the photograph goes to its point of departure is perfect and the shot is beautiful. miguel

stephanie atlee 28 Apr 2006

very nice shot

Genea Euwing 26 Apr 2006

so if i rub this plant on a hot dog...will it taste like mustard? jk...love the yellow reflection on the stem, great lighting and its pretty for a functional plant

Artist Reply: Isn't it strange that something so strong tasting comes from something so soft and beautiful? The leaves are edible too.

John Segon-Fisher 26 Apr 2006

Very fresh image Lara. Any cure for hemaroids?

Artist Reply: LOL, John you are so silly, but really, it all depends on what caused them in the first place. Glad you like the Image!

Anne Vis 26 Apr 2006

Pretty shot, Lara!