garlic mustard: wayside weed

Garlic Mustard, a Wayside Weed . . . (Alliaria pettiolata)  Garlic Mustard is a highly invasive member of the Mustard family, colonizing native wildflower habitat. Introduced to North America from Europe. It can easily completely take over a place
where, for example, Trilliums might otherwise flourish. [See the also the Picture/Poem Poster Garlic Mustard "A weed
is a species of movement which feeds on chaos and roots in imbalance."

mayapple Mayapple Colony

(Photographs were made Wednesday, the 24th of April, 2002)

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