Unknown Allium identity needed please

Rimmer deVries rdevries@comcast.net
Mon, 13 May 2019 08:09:23 PDT
I grew this from NARGS seed as Allium sp? China. It is a tall lollipop drumstick about 2-3/4feet to 3-1/2 feet tall. Blooms late spring-early summer. Blooms the Same time as Allium scorodoprasum ssp. rotundum but before Allium amethystinum and  Allium sphaerocephalon. 

Flowers are mauvish purple with a darker mid rib on the petals. 

Seeds freely and makes basal bulblets. It never really goes dormant. 

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