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    NorthernTeacher
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    Hi clickers!
    I can’t find this in my wildflower books (I know I should know it) – can anyone help? Ta :-)

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    #63508

    Allan
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    Looks like a grape vine Jane, the leaf anyway,Too short for it to be though.

    #63510

    Tubs
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    Might be garlic mustard or ‘Jack-by-the-hedge’ same plant

    #63511

    cilla
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    Yes, Tubs has it right Jane, garlic mustard.

    #63512

    NorthernTeacher
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    Aha, thanks, both :-) I knew it before as Jack-by-the-hedge. The Wildlife Trust site says it’s around Sept to April – it’s not dying off here!

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    Hayley
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    Alliaria petiolata, looks like it’s edible, all parts even the roots are like horseradish, yum!

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