‘Toothill Mustard’

Flowers heliotrope, with lilac-pink calyx; IX–X; foliage mustard-yellow in spring, becoming brighter in wearly summer before fading to golden green by early winter.

A sport (found in 1998 by R. Canovan (Toothill, Swindon)) on unnamed plant collected in Dalmatia by A. W. Jones.

Named from the spring foliage colour is close to oil-seed rape; but with the old foliage being greenish and the red stem it looks like mustard pickle.

Registered on 23 July 2002 by R. Canovan.