Definition of wild garlic in English:

wild garlic

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noun

Another term for ramsons.
More example sentences
  • With spring quickly leading into summer, and our roadsides having gone from daffodils to bluebells to wild garlic, it is hard to imagine flowers being endangered species.
  • Wood anemones, wild garlic and marsh marigolds flourish, and at the moment the floor of much of the wood is carpeted with bluebells.
  • I followed the road towards Whalley and looked down to the left where flowers such as wood anemone, primrose, wild garlic and bluebell thrive. Here was once the third splendid manor house set in this area of the Calder Valley.

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