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Garlic mustard is an aggressive, invasive species that is threatening native woodland and partial shade wildflowers. It is an exotic biennial that was introduced from Europe and can grow from 12" to 48" tall. Garlic Mustard can be controlled by pulling, cutting close to the ground at the onset of blooming or with herbicides. Please take the time and learn to identify, educate others and help eliminate this plant whenever possible.
Learn more at the Wisconsin DNR website: WDNR