[ mˈʌstəd plˈant], [ mˈʌstəd plˈant], [ m_ˈʌ_s_t_ə_d p_l_ˈa_n_t]
How to use "Mustard plant" in context?
The mustard plant (Sinapis alba) is a herbaceous annual plant that is native to Eurasia and North Africa. It is a self-fertile wildflower. The plant is commonly referred to as mustard, field mustard, white mustard, or yellow mustard.
The leaves are alternate, compound, with the longest stalk at the centre and finely serrated margins. The flowers are hermaphrodite, and the petals are yellow with an orange centre. The fruits are capsule-like, with a hard cover and numerous small black seeds.
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