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Jack-by-the-hedge (Alliaria petiolata) also known as hedge garlic or mustard garlic, doesn't have as strong a flavour as wild garlic. Pick the youngest greenest leaves before it flowers

"Garlic Mustard (Jack-by-the-Hedge) is an edible wild plant that's as much at home in the hedgerow as it is in your garden. The green leaves are delicious on sandwiches or as part of a mixed salad."

Wild Salad with garlic mustard, violet leaves & flower, dandelion greens & flowers and some homegrown lettuce

from Smithspirations

Foraging for Garlic Mustard {Plus Garlic Mustard Pesto Recipe

Foraging for Garlic Mustard {Plus Garlic Mustard Pesto Recipe}

from Gardening Know How

Garlic Mustard Weeds – How To Control Garlic Mustard Plants

Killing Garlic Mustard: Learn About Garlic Mustard Management - Garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata) is a cool-season biennial herb that may reach up to 4 feet in height at maturity. Both the stems and leaves have a strong onion and garlic odor when crushed. It is this odor, particularly noticeable in the spring and summer, that helps to distinguish mustard weed from other mustard plants commonly found in woodlands.

from Girl Interrupted Eating

Beef Cheek Ragu and Wild Garlic Gnocchi

// wild garlic gnocchi

from Meetup

Ashburn, VA, us

Fields of wild garlic - use all of the plant - including the flowers. Good for salads and making pesto

Foraging Garlic Mustard - includes a recipe for garlic mustard pesto (garlic mustard leaves and tips, pine nuts, garlic, parmesan, EVOO, salt, sugar, lemon juice).

Identifying and Harvesting Edible and Medicinal Plants in Wild (and Not So Wild) Places Garlic Mustard in Bud