Yummy spring forest, between a passing shower and some spring snow.
It never stopped growning even during the winter.
Now it gives its best in quality and quantity. Hey, don’t pick the root if you don’t want to use it!
After a late winter with spring temperatures, here is beginning of spring with almost winter temperatures, a bit of snow and rain. But nature, forest and plants don’t take care of it and adapt to changing weather….and to human wickedness.
I too adapt to the weather changes a little less to the human wickedness, and between a shower and other I seek and found again the yummy spring forest.
More stinging then usual in this period, but it’s also nice to caress and pick without gloves.
During the spring it grows quickly to reach a height of safety where animals and people cannot longer pick it and eat it.
It likes the company of brambles that defend and support it until the autumn.
Garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata)
Invasive, odorless, a little ugly, easy to confuse, really delicious…