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hedge garlic

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Definition of hedge garlic in English:

noun

Another term for Jack-by-the-hedge.
Example sentences
  • Hedge garlic is rare to find in a market, but grows abundantly in the wild.
  • Hedge garlic is one of the earliest fresh spring greens of the hedgerow, its bright green garlicky leaves appearing from February and at their best as the plant flowers in April and May.
  • I had it with a bowl full of baby spinach and some wild hedge garlic.

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