Allium canadense - Wild Garlic
This is a listing for a pack of 15 seeds.This is a bulbous plant coming from the eastern USA, extending north into Canada. It has a tuft of leaves that are produced each spring, which then die back as the flower stem is produced. The flowers are borne in late spring, are pale pink/mauve and star shaped. It has several other common names including Canada onion, wild garlic, meadow garlic, and Canadian garlic. The bulb is edible, but has a very strong flavour, the flowers can be used in salads and the leaves chopped like chives
Tolerant of a wide range of growing conditions (except shade), this species is suitable for Zones 2 - 10. Ideally suited for a wildlife or wildflower garden, this plant is extremely attractive to both butterflies and birds. Ideal for providing early season colour in any garden. Where content it will generally self seed, so as to establish itself further. Can be propagated further either from the seed (which is freely produce) or from division of the bulbs.
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