One of your pictures also showed flowers and since horseradish is in the Brassicaceae - brassica/mustard/cruciferae family it will have 4 petals, 4 sepals, 6 stamen (2 shorter than the others), 1 pistil like all in the family. For example look at any mustard, radish, broccoli, cabbage flower they all are in the same type flowers. For wild foragers out there this is one family you need to recognize. The entire plant of this family are technically edible from roots to flowers, some are just not very palatable. Cabbage roots for example are edible just too tough and woody to eat.