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Hello everyone,
I found this wild mustard plant growing where I live at a city park in Greene county Ohio. I just want to confirm what species it is. I think its Barbarea vulgaris, but it could also be another mustard species. The plants were only eighteen inches tall (1/2 metre). I also wanted to know if anyone here has any experience using the plant for food.
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The pfaf website suggests they are edible, but I was hoping I could get verification from an experienced forager.

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They at least seem to be a perfered food for honey bees and hoverflies.
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