I recently bought two dormant wild garlic (Allium ursinum) plants from a herb nursery on Black Isle. My garden is generally well drained as we are on sandstone and the garden used to be part of a farmyard so there are lots and lots and lots of lovely stones to aid the drainage. I do have a lower corner where there is an old apple tree growing. The corner is partially shaded by a cedar hedge that prevents rainwater falling for about 6 inches directly under the hedge. Beyond that rain shadow, however, the ground is moist and seems to suit a couple of decorative ferns (which I did not plant). I am thinking of planting the garlic in the damp ground underneath the apple tree. Does anyone have any guidance about this idea or any experience of growing commercially produced "wild" garlic? Insights gratefully received.