Allium rotundum


Quick Characteristics:

Flower Colors: purple
Life form: bulb
 

Allium rotundum L., syn. Allium scorodoprasum ssp. rotundum (L.) Stearn, is an Eurasian and North African species also naturalized in the United States (Michigan), the Canary Islands and South Australia. It grows to 18-24" (45-60 cm) tall, is slender of growth, and has tight oblong knobs of dark wine red-purple flowers. The first photo taken by Mark McDonough who wrote: "One of my favorites and easy to grow." The second photo from Mary Sue Ittner.

Allium rotundum, Mark McDonoughAllium rotundum, Mary Sue Ittner

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