Ramsons, also known as wild Garlic, have broad basal leaves and a large stalk with a cluster of white flowers on the end which appear from April to June.
Ramsons are predominantly a woodland plant. Once established, the plant can propagate vegetatively to cover a significant portion of the woodland floor, providing a dark green carpet and an explosion of colour and smell in late spring. The scent goes as the plants die back, so you are not aware of them the rest of the year. Mixed with Bluebells a woodland planting of Ramson can look spectacular. The leaves can be cut up and added to salads or soup to give a lovely fresh garlic taste.
Ramsons prefer a fairly neutral soil.
If you plan to be away, please advise which dates and we will avoid posting them during that period.
Our minimum order quantity is 50 bulbs, but it can be a mix of species.
NOTE: BULBS ARE SOLD IN 10’S, SO IF YOU ADD 5 TO THE CART IT = 50 BULBS