Tuesday, 22 May 2012


Ramsons, or wild garlic Allium ursinum grow in deciduous woodlands with moist soils and where they are found the usually cover large areas of woodland floor and create an unmistakable odour. All parts of the plant are edible; the leafs can be used as salad, as a codiment, boiled as a vegetable or as an ingredient for pesto, the bulbs can be used as garlic and the flowers used in salads.

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