Allium triquetrum. Wild Garlic
Allium triquetrum is well known for creating swathes of white blooms in hedgerows in late spring.
It is sometimes known as wild garlic or three cornered leek. It is closely related to the also edible Allium ursinium commonly known as ramsons or wild garlic (the common names often being used interchangably)
This plant is also fantastic for cooking, every part being edible,
easy to grow and tolerant to most conditions
plant comes in 7cm pot, during summer and autumn these are dormant as just bulbs, they will be sent as a minimum of 10 bulbs during this time