Wild Garlic bulbs (Allium ursinum): Available now

Allium ursinum P Broad umbel of long-stalked white flowers. Shade. 30 cm April-June. Dispatched in the Autumn. Order year round. (Also available in the Spring – see the Spring planting section)

These bulbs were grown in the UK from cultivated stock.

All bulbs come with planting instructions.

Please note that if ordered with other bulbs that are for delivery in September, then your order will be held until all species are available.


36188 in stock

QuantityBulk Purchase Pricing
25 - 99£0.4400 Price Per Bulb
100 - 249£0.3200 Price Per Bulb
250 - 499£0.3040 Price Per Bulb
500 - 999£0.2540 Price Per Bulb
1000 - 0£0.2450 Price Per Bulb



Allium ursinum – known as ramsons, buckrams, wild garlic, broad-leaved garlic, wood garlic, bear leek, or bear’s garlic. Flowers April – June. It grows in deciduous woodlands with moist soils, preferring slightly acidic conditions. In the British Isles, colonies are frequently associated with bluebells (Hyacinthoides non-scripta), especially in ancient woodland. It is considered to be an ancient woodland indicator species. The leaves of A. ursinum are edible; they can be used as salad, herb, boiled as a vegetable, in soup, or as an ingredient for a sauce that may be a substitute for pesto in lieu of basil. The stems are preserved by salting and eaten as a salad in Russia. A variety of Cornish Yarg cheese has a rind coated in wild garlic leaves.

Plant bulbs approx. 8cm (3-4 inches) deep in small clumps of 4 – 12. When the clumps become dense, lift and separate after flowering whilst still in leaf.

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