Garlic mustard

Garlic mustard

A plant species widespread in Europe and North America. It is rather invasive in places where it was introduced, such as the US.




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herbaceous plant, fully or partly shaded places, moist soil, 20-100 cm, lower leaves, stem leaves, garlicky smell, blooms from April to June, flowers with four petals, biotic pollination or self-pollination, 1-2 mm, 3,5-7 cm, blackish- brown seeds, silique with two compartments, thousands of seeds, fertile for up to 5 years, provitamin A, vitamin C, used as a spice, to treat respiratory conditions , on wounds as a poultice, to make mouthwash
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