Wild Garlic is a perennial plant that grows through the cool part of the year. It is one of the first winter weeds to emerge. This weed has an odor of garlic which develops from a basal bulb covered by a membranous coat. At maturity the bulb is covered with small yellowish bulbs, flattened on one side, which readily split apart. Leaves are hollow and round. The greenish pink to purplish flowers are borne in clusters at the stem tip and are often mixed among small greenish aerial bulbs. Wild Garlic is often mistaken for wild onion, which does not have hollow stems. If you need help to get rid of the weeds give us a call at 817-709-1695 and we would be happy to help.
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