1. pungent Old World weedy plant
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  • Other flowers that are often seen in the bluebell woods are wood anemone, wood sorrel and ramsons (or wild garlic). Times, Sunday Times
  • In the same woods, though usually growing away from the bluebells, there are often colonies of ramsons, or wild garlic. Times, Sunday Times
  • The plant that seemed to me to be probably "sauce alone" had leaves somewhat heart-shaped, but so confusing is _partial_ description that I began to think I had hit on "ramsons" instead of "sauce alone," especially as ramsons was said to be a very common plant. The Open Air
  • My ID prediction is still 50%, both in chives and in ramsons. A Dubious "Opportunity" for IDers
  • A handful of spinach or basil could replace the subtly pungent ramsons. Times, Sunday Times
  • A five-fold increase in DNA over the course of evolution for ramsons says things about ramsons that the supposedly "efficient" genome of Chinese chives (and their many hybridized varieties culinary and presentational) doesn't say about chives (or Vidalias or elephant garlic or garden leeks or red shallots or …). A Dubious "Opportunity" for IDers
  • Snowdrops, wood anemones, primroses, foxgloves and ramsons can all infuse woods with colour through sheer force of numbers. Wildwood
  • Carefully rinse the bundle of ramsons, reassemble and slice across in 3 or 4 places, don't bother to remove stalks. Times, Sunday Times
  • My ID prediction is still 50%, both in chives and in ramsons. A Dubious "Opportunity" for IDers
  • Wild garlic, also known as ramsons, thrives in damp woods and beside semi-shaded hedgerows. Times, Sunday Times
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