Edible usesThere are no edible uses listed for Reseda luteola.
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At one time this plant was commonly cultivated for the dye obtained from the leaves and seed but with the advent of chemical dyes it has fallen into disuse. A good plant for bees and butterflies.Plants dislike root disturbance, they can be transplanted but care must be taken not to break the tap root.
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