Garlic Mustard Pull Today at Forest Hill Park

Help get rid of an invasive species.

The East Cleveland Parks Association is asking the community to help get rid of an invasive species in .

The park, which is located in both Cleveland Heights and East Cleveland, is full of garlic mustard, an invasive plant species. The association has hosted pulls of the plants on Sundays in April, and today is the last one this month.

A group will be there from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Make sure to bring gloves and water. For more information, call 216-956-5533. If you can't make it Sunday, there are signs all around the park identifying the plant so people can pull, and volunteer, when its convenient.

Michelle April 30, 2012 at 10:51 PM
I don't understand, aren't they edible. Maybe some planted them as a true edible recoginizable food for the public, the village . Are they harmful to the other plants ? Are they edible, if so : is the picking over ?
Michelle April 30, 2012 at 10:55 PM
Can the general public plant edibles in the park ? Do you need permission, if so how ? So many are hungry would that be too adventuresome for one to do on city property ?


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