It is the spontaneous plant found in our country through pastures, dry meadows, on the edges of forests, roads, from the plain to the mountainous region. Sometimes it is cultivated in the gardens. The plant can reach up to 1 m heights.
The plant provides a great deal of nectar for pollinators. It was rated in the top 10 for most nectar production.
Young leaves and shoots can be cooked like spinach. Flowers can be added to the food or used as a salad dressing garnish. From the roots, you can get a red paint that was used to color oil or grease for a more beautiful shade.
Did you know it is an edible plant?