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Wild Garlic
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Also known as Green Garlic, Bear's Garlic, Broadleaved Garlic, Buckrams, Ramson, Wood Garlic, Gypsy Onion.

The, distinctly garlic-flavoured and scented, leaves of the wild garlic Allium ursinum, commonly found growing in woodlands, used in salads, lightly stewed as a side vegetable or chopped as a flavouring. The bulbous root is edible, but rarely used.


Wild Garlic
Picture: "Vook"



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