Wild Garlic

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Also known as 'ramsons', snowy clusters of this pungent wild flower are a common sight in woods in the spring.

If you don't immediately see it, you can usually smell it - wild garlic has a strong oniony scent that becomes stronger if you crush the leaves. It is a favourite with foragers but be sure not to eat the roots: eating them can have an unpleasant effect on the stomach.