Allium falcifolium - garden grown plant
by Mark McDonough
Allium falcifolium flowers slightly later than Allium
platycaule. Here we see two heads of falcifolium
in peak bloom (in a typical dark red-purple form),
with the lighter pink flowers of A. platycaule starting
to "go over". The leaves on these garden-grown
plants of A. falcifolium are still in good shape at
anthesis due to sufficient moisture this year (2001).
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