Garlic Mustard photo: Ontario’s Invading Species Awareness Program


Garlic mustard is a noxious weed that is threatening native Ontario plants, like trilliums and Trout lilies, as well as many other species. This invasive species arrived in Canada in the 1800s as an edible herb, The leaves emit a strong garlic smell when crushed. It is very common on the Town Trails of Collingwood, & that is where we intend to pull.

For more information and photos of Garlic Mustard, see the Ontario’s invading species awareness program.

Date & Time

  • Saturday, 09 June 2018
  • 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM


  • Collingwood Arboretum
  • Hickory Street North, Collingwood ON, L9Y 3E4

Contact info

  • Name: Migs Baker
  • Phone: 705-445-4097