Garlic mustard is an invasive specie that migrates fast and easily. On average, a garlic mustard plant will produce 22 siliques, each of which can contain as many as 28 seeds. A particularly vigorous plant may produce up to 7,900 seeds but usually on average 600.Garlic mustard is apart of a biennial life cycle. Seeds germinate in February to early March of the first year and usually die in June but During the second year stocks develop and flowers form. Although the seeds germinate within one to two years, but still may remain viable for up to five years in the seed bank.Garlic mustard seeds spread/dispersal is mainly by humans or wildlife (e.g when animals move from place to place a seed might get caught on their fur and moved it starts invading a different area)
Their are many positive and negative impacts of garlic mustard one positive is that Garlic mustard is was Introduced to north america for medical purpose, food and disinfectant. Although their are good things about Garlic Mustard their are also some bad things like its an invasive herb, it takes away habitat from other animals and plants.Garlic mustard is an non native specie which means it is new to its environment, it is also a greatly reducing specie which can make many seeds a year.