Hramsa

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Hramsan
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Cræftlicu endebyrdung
Rīce: Plantaeia
Undercynerīce: Tracheobionta
Stefn: Magnoliophyta
Flocc: Liliopsida
Undergefērscipe: Liliidae
Hād: Asparagales
Cnēoris: Alliaceae
Cnōsl: Allium
Cynn: A. ursinum
Twinemniendlic nama
Allium ursinum
L.

Hramsan, buccramsan oþþe berangārlēac (Allium ursinum) is wilde sibling secglēaces. The systematic name derives from the fact that brown bears like to eat the bulbs of the plant and dig up the ground to get at them, as do wilde bār.

Wildu lēac grōwaþ mainly in swampy deciduous woodlands. They flower before the trees get their leaves and fill the air mid hira gecyndan strangan stence.

Þā lēaf sind gegadrod and geeten swā lāctricdisc, gesoden, oþþe swā pestocynn. Hīe wǣron gebrocen swā fōddor ēac. Cȳ þe fēddon on hramsan, giefaþ meolc þe bȳrgaþ hwōnlīce swā gārlēac, and butere gemacod of þisse mielc wæs ǣr swīðe wīdmǣrsod in 19an gēarhundrede in Switzerlande.

Hramsan wurdon nīwlīce wīdcūþ in Þēodisclande, and in þǣm tūne Eberbach, feormaþ man gēarlicne hramsena frēols in Hrēþmōnþe and Ēastermōnþe.

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