The biennial plant forms a low rosette of leaves the first year, then sends up a tall stalk with fragrant yellow-green flowers in June the second year. Pigment is most concentrated as the plant begins to bloom. Harvest the entire plant until the flowers fade.

Weld yellow dyed with woad blue makes Robin Hood's “Lincoln green.” A good source on growing and harvesting weld.

Often planted around outhouses where its powerfully sweet aroma masked other odors. Traditional European source of colorfast bright yellow dyes. Can be combined with woad or indigo to produce green dye or madder to produce orange.

Pot Size & Price
6 plants in a pack
Sunlight Exposure
Full Sun
Plant Traits
New This Year
Stock Notes
Restocks On Saturday