Transplanting Ideas for Former Garlic Mustard Site
I just moved into a new house last spring. I have a small woods full of great native species. I also discovered a large patch of first year (non-bolting) garlic mustard under a large oak. I pulled all the garlic mustard in early summer but would like to get some other stuff in there to help invasives from setting up shop. I have tons of ferns, jack-in-the-pulpit, wild ginger and may apple. I was thinking of transplanting some of the ferns and wild ginger as it is a pretty shady area though I pulled a bunch of the young ash and other junk that was crowding the borders of the woods so it's a little more open now. There are already some jack-in-the-pulpits and ferns growing in the spot but I'm open to other suggestions.
The area had a lot of trout lily and bloodroot early in the spring, but they're gone now.
Any tips appreciated!