"Exotic and striking variegated leaves with pungent spicy edible roots below. Perfect for adding a punch in salads or grated and blended with vinegar as a condiment. The variegation takes a couple of years to show after planting, but is spectacular when it does."
Grow in a container, or in a spot in the garden where this tough little plant can naturalise as it is vigorous. Plants prefer sun or part shade in free draining soil enriched with organic matter with summer moisture but not wet. Drought tolerant once established. Allow plant to establish for one or more seasons before harvesting. Remove flowers to prevent seeding.