Rapistrum rugosum (redirected from: Rapistrum rugosum subsp. orientale)
Family: Brassicaceae
annual bastard-cabbage, Oriental bastard-cabbage, wild rape
[Rapistrum rugosum subsp. orientale (L.) Arcang.]
Etymology: Rapistrum: from Greek rhapis, "rape," and astrum, "appearance"
Plants: annual, 8"-40" tall forb
Leaves: mostly basal, coarsely toothed
Flowers: yellow, 4-parted
Conservation Status: Introduced - adventive