Allium Ursinum Plant. All parts of the allium ursinum are edible and have a distinct garlic taste & smell, however is not as strong or pungent as common garlic. The song of the sybil (www.geocities.com) völuspá:
The blossoms are borne on erect, leafless stems and rise above pairs of elliptic, linear, deep green basal leaves. It is native to moist woodland areas of the british isles and europe. A patch soon becomes a spread.