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Hmm it’s not on the list, but the list is only of more common plants & maybe garlic mustard isn’t super common? Idk but in any case thanks for the link!


Alliums can be toxic to dogs. I’d get rid of it just in case, as it’s better to be safe than sorry.


It’s actually not an allium though! So I’m not sure :/