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Ramsons or wild garlic occurs widely in the British Isles in damp woods and hedgerows. Its brilliant white flowers in April and May are very beautiful. Some cooks do use the cigar shaped bulbs, although we stick to A.sativum, the usual culinary species, but the leaves are used in salads. Ramsons grow and spread in most soils.

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This produces and attractive and striking umbel of purple flowers like a drumstick, June-July. Native, though rare in the wild in Britain, it is a good subject for the garden, planted in meadow conditions and in borders. The flowers dry well for winter arrangement.

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A form of the common kitchen herb, native to places in Britain including our part of Wales. It is much smaller than the ordinary chives, and has delightful curly or flexuous leaves.

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This the ancestor of A.porrum, the leek. In the wild in the British Isles it occurs on some rocky coasts of Cornwall, the Scillies and of course here in S.Wales. As tall as the cultivated vegetable, with similar purple umbels of flowers, it grows from a cloved bulb. The form we grow here is also called Babingtons Leek and produces bulbils on its flower heads from which it can be propagated.

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Known as Golden Garlic, this is a cheerful sight in June, making clumps of star shaped golden flowers. Homer said Odysseus used this plant to avoid being turned into a pig by Circe, very useful tip when meeting a sorceress. Easy to establish in grass or under shrubs. The form we have known as Jeannine.

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Found right across Eastern Europe and into Central Asia. Bright blue drum heads, blooming throughout the summer, make this chive like little Allium useful in the border as well as attractive in a meadow.

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This Central Asian adds a touch of class to a corner in a meadow. With its umbel of open pink flowers showing through tall grass in June. Although vigorous like all the chive like Alliums it is not too invasive like some of them.

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We have grown this for many years on a sunny bank where it has seeded itself. The medium sized flower heads of this tall allium are fascinating, with star like shiny pink-purple flowers, which die back to leave a delicate and decorative interlocking globe. Height 18”, flowering in June.

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The tall Allium species, Allium hollandicum, has long been in European horticulture, and this is renowned as one of the best cultivars. It is rich and impressive, standing 2ft with densely packed deep purple flower heads. Bees go crazy.

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Central Asian again like so many Alliums, this species goes on a different low growing tack. A gorgeous rosette of broad, purplish green, arching foliage emerging in March is reason enough to grow this Allium. But nestling in the centre an egg-shaped flower bud slowly grows to break open at last in May into a silver globe.

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