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Definition of the noun allium paradoxum
What does allium paradoxum mean as a name of something?
- leek producing bulbils instead of flowers; Russia and Iran
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Applied in England and Among English-speaking People to Cultivated and Wild Plants, Trees, and Shrubs by William Miller
Allium paradoxum Rosy-flowered. Allium roseum Round-headed. Allium sphœrocephalum Sickle-leaved. Allium faleifolium Soreerer's. Allium Moly Spanish. Allium Scorodoprasum Stag's. Allium vineale Sweet-scented. Allium ( Jfothoscordori) ...
A Dictionary of Cultivated Plants, Etc by Thomas William Saunders
Quaint Garlic (Allium paradoxum) — see Allium.
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- Allium paradoxum, Wunder-Lauch
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- Few-flowered Leek (Allium paradoxum)
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few-flowered leek is originally from the caucasus and is considered an invasive species. It does smell of garlic and is apparently edible...
found in the Newington Cemetery
Photo credit: marsupium photography
- Allium paradoxum (Few-flowered Leek)
Photo credit: S. Rae
- Primula elatior hybrid and Allium paradoxum normale
Both from Kevin Hughes last year
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