Weeds

Garlic, Wild

Garlic, Wild
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Wild Garlic is a perennial that emerges from the ground in late fall and grows into the spring. In late spring, an aerial bulblet is formed and the plants die back in the summer. Its leaves are thin and needle-shaped growing 8 to 12”. It is often confused with wild onion, but while wild onion’s leaves are flat and solid, wild garlic’s are round and hollow.