Okanogan Weld Seed (Reseda luteola) From Washington State


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Dyer's mignonette is native to Eurasia and introduced in New England, where it is recorded only from Connecticut and Massachusetts. It is a robust plant, 2 to 5 feet (1.5 m) tall, topped with narrow spires of small, cream-white flowers in late spring and early summer. It produces kidney-shaped brown seeds in capsules, and can self-seed as well as form colonies through spread of its stout rhizomes. The seeds are the source of a brilliant yellow dye.

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