The wild garlic that grows in Europe and Asia is Allium ursinum, called Bear's Garlic, and supposedly dug up and eaten with great relish by the brown bears that originally lived across much of Eurasia (including the British Isles). I loved foraging for the stuff when we lived in Scotland, and I've long hand a fondness for brown bears, so this device was a no-brainer, along with my name, Ursula (Latin for "little bear."), and the stories of St. Ursula, who may have lived in that very part of Britain. I still haven't had word of an approval (or a denial, for that matter), but I'm sure it won't be too long. Fingers crossed!
The argent sexfoils seeded or are the flowers of the wild garlic plant, but calling them "garlic flowers" would have been a bit problematic for the College of Heralds, at least according to the facebook group. Here's a picture of what they really look like (source: internetgardener.co.uk)