|Wild Garlic is readily identified by its strong scent
of garlic, particularly if bruised or crushed. It is included in Ancient
Woodland Vascular Plant Indicator lists for:
- Southwest England: Cornwall, Devon, Somerset,
Avon and Dorset.
- Central - Southern England: Hampshire,
Wiltshire, Buckinghamshire,Berkshire and Oxfordshire.
- Southeast England: Kent, Surrey, Sussex and
- East Anglia: Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and
- Central Lincolnshire.
Sources of Information:
Francis Rose (1999) Indicators of
ancient woodland - the use of vascular plants in evaluating ancient woods for nature
conservation. British Wildlife: 10 (4) 241 - 251
George Peterken (2000)
Identifying ancient woodland using vascular plant indicators. British Wildlife: 11
(3) 153 - 158