Thanks, Philomena, for the link to Catskill Native Nursery.
Did you notice the alert about "Mile a minute vine?" Please tell everyone who will listen to look for it and tell them. When the wild garlic mustard first started growing at my wood edge, I thought it was kind of pretty. Now, (when it's nearly impossible to get rid of) I've found out how quickly it becomes a pest. (sure, it's edible and was probably planted for that reason a 100 years ago, but like loosestrife, it's gotten out of hand, and how much can one person eat?"
I've seen how quickly spotted knapweed has taken over every rock face along the thruway and all the roadsides as well. A couple of years ago, one of the free local mags featured photos of fields of them, offering them as beautiful purple.