If you go down to the woods today: wild garlic in Britain’s ancient woodlands

To celebrate the beginning of May this year, I took a short bike ride 12km out of Oxford to some woodlands near Elsfield in search of wild garlic, also known as ramsons, buckrams, bear leek or bear's garlic. The plant, native to Europe and Asia, is actually a wild relative of the chive. Their latin name … Continue reading If you go down to the woods today: wild garlic in Britain’s ancient woodlands