My friend just made me the most amazing wild garlic soup for lunch, with garlic leaves she had foraged up the road from us! I was quite beside myself when she told me they can be found in Hawarden Woods, and in most woodland. It is, by all accounts, illegal to pick the bulbs, but the leaves are delicious- sweet with a mild garlicky taste, and perfect for salads or soups.
Foraging for wild garlic, is quite straight-forward, so I am told. It grows in semi-shaded, moist conditions, often among or near bluebells.It has beautiful white flowers as shown in the photo, which are also (apparently) edible. If in doubt, rub the leaves, the smell is very distinctive, as to be expected. 🙂 Good luck, foragers!