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Edford Woods, Somerset. Wild Garlic
England

The proper name is Ransons but like most others, I call it Wild Garlic because of its distinctive, heady, garlic-like smell which fills the woodland on early spring days. Every part of the plant is edible.

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Tags: england; spring; uk; somerset; nature; wood; wild; flower; ransons
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