A brief perennial bulb, in commonplace with many members of the onion circle of relatives Ramsons has a rounded head of star-like flowers. In Ramsons the flowers are a transparent white and are present from April to June. The stem is from 10cm to 50cm prime and is yellowish-green, the leaves are broad lanceolate in shape and bright green and reasonably glossy. Alternatively, essentially the most unique feature of this plant is the robust smell of garlic it gives off when crushed. Apr. 150 seeds per gm.