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Garlic Mustard

Alliaria petiolata
Because each plant disperses a large number of seeds, garlic mustard can outcompete native vegetation for light, moisture, nutrients, soil, and space as it quickly colonizes an area.

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Garlic Mustard

Because each plant disperses a large number of seeds, garlic mustard can out compete native vegetation for light, moisture, nutrients, soil, and space as it quickly colonizes an area.

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Garlic Mustard (Flowers)

Garlic mustard, an invasive plant, blooms May through June. The flowers are numerous, small, white, 1/4 inch across, and are borne in a terminal raceme at the apex of the stem and also at some leaf axils. Each flower has 4 white petals that narrow abruptly at the base.

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Garlic Mustard Control

Learn to identify and control this invasive plant in Missouri.

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