Features: Garlic Mustard, aptly named for its combination of flavors, is a small grouping of flower rosettes and is traditionally chopped and used to flavor salads, pestos, or sauces. It’s one of the oldest known spices in Europe, and is best consumed young when its flavor is mild.
Species: Alliaria Petiolata
Origin: Pacific Northwest
Appearance & Flavor: In the first year of growth, plants form clumps of round shaped, slightly wrinkled leaves that smell like garlic when crushed.