don't think its a wild plant.
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there are several related garlic species, of which this is the commonest. The young leaves are delicious in salads or in a cheese butty.
Good, and edible, will be gathering some of this then. Me love free food supplied by mother nature... Thanx xx
of the species before consuming!
In this case, errors are unlikely because of the distinctive odour. But if it doesn't look and smell exactly right, don't eat it.
I should also point out that it is a low-growing plant, and for all sorts of unsavoury reasons should be rinsed well before use!
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