Weld is the dried plant reseda luteola, a species of wild mignonette, formerly largely cultivated in Europe.
Woad (Isatis tinctoria) and the dyers' yellow woad (reseda lutea), are both well known.
Weld, reseda luteola, is an annual plant growing in waste places.
They are found in the market in short lengths and in such attractive colours as Delft blue, reseda green, pink, and catawba.
The reseda, or mignonette, is planted from seed, as here in England.
reseda very common, but very small, Heliotropium ditto, Crucifera hispida ditto.
Bess looked beautifully charming in her well-fitted jacket and divided skirt of reseda green.
Eva threatens me with her parasol, and laughs, hiding her rosy face in a bouquet of reseda.