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Native to Britain, dense clusters appear in spring a sign of old undisturbed woodland.  Both leaves and flowers are edible, add fresh young leaves to soups, sauces and pesto, flowers appear later and make a delicate garnish for a salad.  Was traditionally used a tonic for purifying the blood.

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 45cm 

Spread: 15cm

Soil type: Moist fertile soil

Aspect: Semi shade to Shade 

Flower colour: White 

Flowering time: Spring, Summer

Allium ursinum Wild Garlic

£2.00Price