(Allium ursinum) Approx 150 seeds per gram
Ramsons is a wild woodland allium native to Europe and closely related to chives but producing soft broad green fleshy edible leaves.
Preferring cool moist soils under deciduous trees ramsons may form large colonies in ideal sites.
Dormant throughout summer, growth begins to show from mid-winter with plants producing masses of white flowers in spring.
All parts of the plant are edible and exhibit a strong garlic scent.
Leaves are best harvested before flowering but once in bloom the flower stalks are also used.
Harvesting of the leaves may begin after 3 years from seed.
Please note seeds require stratification.