Ramsons will often carpet the woodland floor in spring in much the same way that bluebells will. They can often be recognised before being seen by their strong garlic smell. The flowers are white, star-like, in clusters forming an umbrella shape.

In flower from mid spring to early summer, mainly in damp woods and shady banks anywhere except north eastern Scotland.



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