Mustard, Garlic (Alliaria petiolata) Seeds

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Mustard, Garlic (Alliaria petiolata) Seeds

While it’s perhaps best known for its common culinary usage, garlic mustard flowers also make a decent dressing as a garden flower, in our opinion. Produces pure-white, four-petalled flowers and attractive heart-shaped leaves, which smell like garlic when crushed. It’s a shy herb that spreads slivers of pristine light in a shady space, and attracts bees and butterflies, as well.

  • Type: Biennial
  • Height: 30-80cm. 
  • Flowers: April-July
  • Best Sown: Autumn or Spring
  • Soil Requirement: Well-Drained
  • Light Requirement: Full or partial shade
  • Natural Habitat: Woodlands, hedgerows
  • Also known as: Jack-By-The-Hedge, Hedge Garlic
  • Seeds per gram: 450
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