GARLIC - WILD GARLIC

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The leaves, stems and bulbs of Wild Garlic can be used as salad, herb, boiled as a
vegetable, in soup, or as an ingredient for pesto in
lieu of basil. The stems are preserved by salting and
eaten as a salad in Russia. A variety of Cornish Yarg
cheese has a rind coated in wild garlic leaves. The
flowers are also edible. It has many of the medicinal values of garlic but
acts in a milder way, making

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Allium ursinum

The leaves, stems and bulbs of Wild Garlic are
edible; they can be used as salad, herb, boiled as a
vegetable, in soup, or as an ingredient for pesto in
lieu of basil. The stems are preserved by salting and
eaten as a salad in Russia. A variety of Cornish Yarg
cheese has a rind coated in wild garlic leaves. The
flowers are also edible. Like the common form of
garlic we use, it has many of the medicinal values but
acts in a much milder way, making it an ideal
accompaniment to any dish. The leaves are also used
as fodder. Cows that have fed on ramsons give milk
that tastes slightly of garlic, and butter made from this
milk used to be very popular in 19th-century Switzerland.
Sow in early autumn and spring. Sow 6 seeds
between the distance of 30cm. They love very
fertile soil. Ensure plenty of water. During the
growing period hill the plants with soil 2 or 3 times
higher with each hoeing. This forces the leaves
higher up the plant, the result being extra long
blanched stalks, making greater edible portion.

QTY 12 seeds

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