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Allium crispum (Code: 13)

Allium crispum
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Allium crispum Allium crispum
From March through May masses of rose-purple could be seen throughout the grassy hillsides west of the San Joaquin Valley in NW USA. The perianths cannot be mistaken for any other allium, and very few of them can compete with the brillant color of A. crispum. The darker inner tepals are lanceolate and have distinctly crisped margins. Together, they form a narrow urn with reflexed tips which is spatial separated from the broader outer tepals. A floriferous form with up to 40 flowers in globular umbel on up to 20 cm long scapes. In nature on open grassy, north facing slopes in gravelly clay..
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