Allium ursinum - commonly known as wild garlic, ramsons, wood garlic, bear's garlic - is a wild relative of chives. It likes to grow in woody areas and prefer slightly acidic conditions. The leaves of A. ursinum are edible and can be used in salads, as a herb, boiled as a vegetable, used in a soup or used as as ingredient in a sauce. The bulbs and flowers are also edible. So dig a little hole, place it in, cover with soil and water. You will receive 10 bulbs.