• Common name : Garlic Mustard
• Scientific name : Alliariapetiolata
• Family : Brassicaceae
• Native land : Europe, including Britain, South to North Africa and
East to West Asia and the Himalayas It is a biennial flowering plant in the mustard family. The plant has delicate green leaves and snow-white flowers. The leaves are broadly heartshaped, stalked, with numerous broad teeth. The fruits are black, cylindrical, and grooved. They ripen between mid-June and late September. Garlic mustard is used as a medicine to treat gangrene and ulcers. The leaves of garlic mustard are rich in vitamin C and A, and are used in sauces and salads. Additionally, garlic mustard can be planted for erosion control.