Ramsons, also known as Wild Garlic, are a plant that grows edible leaves, which produce an aroma similar to garlic. The leaves are a rich source of vitamin C, while the plant itself has antibacterial and antitumour properties along with many other qualities that are beneficial to health. Among others, this plant helps lower blood pressure, prevents atherosclerosis, and stimulates digestion. Additionally, Ramsons can be used as an ingredient in spring soups and salads; they can also be marinated in olive oil.
Growing: sow the seeds directly into the soil from October to November. This variety is fairly little demanding as far as the soil and weather conditions are concerned. The plants flower from March to April; they grow 20 to 50 centimetres in height.
Each packet contains 0.5g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 100 seeds (+/- 20%)