Horseradish is a hardy perennial from southeastern Europe. It’s edible spicy roots resemble the flavor of mustard or wasabi. They are best grated and eaten raw, also commonly made into a sauce. If cooked most of the pungency goes away. The roots have a number of uses in herbal medicine. The young leaves are excellent mixed into a salad. The horseradish plant can go to flower attracting pollinators and other beneficial insects to your garden. It’s prolific and spreads by roots running, same as raspberries. In a no dig garden the roots are easily pulled up and can be used in the kitchen or for propagation. Plants can grow to about 1 meter in height and width. Ideal for a mulched gardens or food forest. Best planted a permanent spot.