Species Alliums being edible? Allium ampeloprasum

Mark BROWN brown.mark@wanadoo.fr
Tue, 09 Apr 2013 12:53:56 PDT
Roland thanks for that tip!
I had noticed that bulbs of garlic left in the ground produced a lot of leaves in spring.
I have a great tuft right now in the middle of the veg plot!
But I will still have a soft spot for elephant garlic.
Spring planted cloves of Allium sativum never do much here.
They get terrible rust and barely survive.
Autumn plantings are fine.

" Message du 09/04/13 10:45

> Objet : Re: [pbs] Species Alliums being edible? Allium ampeloprasum

> If you want less heavy garlic taste you just use the leaves from the garlic
> the plants you just leave in the soil the whole year
> Good time for planting them is now
> and you can enjoy them the whole summer
> I have maybe 10 varieties for you if you want
> Roland"
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