Jack-by-the-hedge

Definition of Jack-by-the-hedge

(Bot.) a plant of the genus Erysimum (Erysimum alliaria, or Alliaria officinalis), which grows under hedges. It bears a white flower and has a taste not unlike garlic. Called also, in England, sauce-alone.

See also: Jack

Related Words

Alliaria, Alliaria officinalis, crucifer, cruciferous plant, garlic mustard, genus Alliaria, hedge garlic, sauce-alone
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