Allium membranaceum

Allium membranaceum grows in Northern California from 500 to 4500 ft (150 to 1350 m) and is most similar to Allium campanulatum than to any other species. It has white to pale pink flowers on an erect stem, flat leaves, and a very dainty appearance. Photos 1-3 were taken by Mary Sue Ittner. Photo 3 shows the bulbs on a 1 cm grid. Photos 3-6 were taken by Nhu Nguyen of the same clone.

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