Allium gooddingii

Allium gooddingii - another of the moisture-loving western species, this one from Arizona and New Mexico, growing at high elevation swampy or marshy spots, or alongside streams. It's a slender plant, with a few-flowered upright spray of intense red-purple flowers. The gray stems reach about 18" (45 cm). In the photo we see the gray foliage of A. plummerae in back and a flower head of A. flavum. Photo by Mark McDonough.

Allium gooddingii, Mark McDonough

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