Very hard perennial bulbous plants native to Britain, Producing clusters of white flowers from April-june, with a delicious garlic aroma and taste
They’re unique in the sense of their garlic aroma, complete with edible stem bulbs and leaves
Wild garlic will grow almost anywhere, it also offers a clump forming habit.
It was traditionally used as a spring tonic due to it’s blood-purifying properties, is also thought to lower cholesterol.
Eating & cooking: The hole plant is edible the stem bulb and leaves despite its strong scent, wild garlic has a much mellower taste than the conventional shop brought garlic we know.
Unique Characteristics Strong garlic aroma, mild garlic taste, a perennial that survives the harshest of winters
|April – June.|
|Partial shade or full sun.|
|10cm apart. 10cm deep|
|Soil requirement:||damp ground where it will grow in abundance,|