Wild garlic (ramsons, buckrams, broad-leaved garlic, wood garlic, bear leek, bear's garlic) grows abundantly throughout much of Europe, preferring semi-shade damp conditions under deciduous trees. When given suitable conditions, it forms dense carpets of growth and can be very invasive. The plant comes into growth in February and March, flowering in April, filling the air with their characteristic garlic-like aroma and then dies down completely by June. This allows many other plants that come into growth in spring to grow in the same space.
Dig up some bulbs in the summer, once the plants have died down, and plant them into into the garden. They will be ready for harvesting from their second year of growth!. Keep the plants in check as they can be quite invasive.