Poor man’s onion is not to be sniffed at

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Countryfile -

Awood­land walk in the South East can be a won­der­ful ex­pe­ri­ence in the late spring (or even later spring this year!). How­ever, apart from the ob­vi­ous blue­bells and maybe the wood anemones car­pet­ing the wood­land floor, spare a thought for the other dis­tinc­tive plant, ram­sons. Apart from the no­tice­able white flow­ers and big broad leek-like leaves it might be the smell as you walk through the woods which catches your at­ten­tion. It is a very strong gar­lic like smell or odour. It also has a strong flavour and you can chop the leaves and cook them and flavour them in

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