Wild Garlic Alium ursinum
Common names include, ramsons, cowleek, buckrams, wood garlic and bear's garlic.
The small white flowers on stems and lance-shaped dark green leaves of this native perennial are a common sight spread across woodland floors from February to June. Quick to naturalise, wild garlic will thrive in either full sun or dappled shade.
With a distinctive pungent smell of garlic, all parts of wild garlic plants are edible and can be used raw or cooked in pestos or added to soups and stews.
Plant your wild garlic bulbs about 10cm below the surface of the soil.
Our highest-quality wildflower and meadow bulbs are grown in the UK from British plants.
|Latin name||Allium Ursinum|