I did this walk last week with a friend. It’s a walk that must be done in May for the most wonderful display…
Head off down the lane past the little church called St Gregory’s Minster in Kirkdale, between Helmsley and Kirkbymoorside.
Cross a couple of fields and into some woods alongside a beck.
Beautiful bluebells await you in a wooded valley called Robin Hood’s Howl. But what we came for was
This absolutely incredible display of wild garlic. I reckon there is 1/2 to 1 mile of this wood. We were lucky enough to spot a deer run through the trees just in front of us. I had been hoping for unicorns, but a deer was nearly as good.
And a quick question, can anyone identify this flower. My friend thought it was know as Granny’s Bonnet.
Have you been a walk through woods full of wild garlic?