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Definition of the noun allium fistulosum
What does allium fistulosum mean as a name of something?
- Asiatic onion with slender bulbs; used as early green onions
Phrases with Allium fistulosum
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Other phrases containing Allium fistulosum:
- Variety Allium Fistulosum Giganteum
- Variety Allium Fistulosum Viviparum
- Variety Allium Fistulosum Caespitosum
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by Charles Gordon Sinclair
Egyptian onion Allium fistulosum Boi. Welsh onion Allium porrum BoI Leek Allium ramosum Bot. Asian leek Allium sativum Bot Garlic Allium schoenoprasum Boi. Chives Allium scorodoprasum Bat. Giant garlic Allium spp. The hotanical name ...
The Encyclopedia of Herbs (2009)
A Comprehensive Reference to Herbs of Flavor and Fragrance by Thomas DeBaggio, Arthur O. Tucker
Allium fistulosum ål-ē-ŭm fĭs-tẽw-lō-sŭm Welsh onion, Japanese bunching onion French: ciboule German: Winterzwiebel, Schnittzwiebel Italian: cipoletta Spanish: ceboletta Russian: pjesotshnyi luk, kitaiski luk, tatarka, louka riezanets ...
by George A. Burdock
scallion (Allium fistulosum L. var. cespitosum), grilled and roasted beef, and roasted peanut (Arachis hypogea).1 FEMA GRAS No.
Encyclopedia of Entomology (2008)
by John L. Capinera
Japan Allium fistulosum Taiwan Allium porrum Taiwan Allium sativum Egypt, Israel, New Zealand Allium tuberosum Japan Species Crop affected Country Daucus carrota New Zealand Free si.
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
WELSH ONION, or CIBoL, sib'ol (Allium fistulosum: see ALLIUM): perennial plant, native of Siberia; with fistular leaves and no bulb. Its leaves appear very early in spring, and are then used in soups and salads. Its flavor resembles that of garlic ...
by Carole J. Skelly
éschalote Allium fistulosum [Liliaceae] stone leek Welshonion Allium sativum [ Liliaceae] garlic Allium sativum, var. ophioscorodon [Liliaceae] giantgarlic rocambole serpent garlic Allium sativum var. pekinense [Liliaceae] Peking garlic Allium ...
Applied in England and Among English-speaking People to Cultivated and Wild Plants, Trees, and Shrubs by William Miller
Allium fistulosum Wild. Allium Ampeloprasum and Foreign Plants, 75 Trees, and Shrubs.
The Visual Food Encyclopedia (2012)
Scallion Allium fistulosum, Liliaceae lso known as cibol, this aromatic. Chive Bulb ...
by Sir George Watt, Edgar Thurston, T. N. Mukharji
Allium fistulosum, Linn. The Welsh Onion ; Rock Onion ; Stone Leek. A native of Siberia, said to have been introduced into Europe in 1629. Cultivated in gardens, but not admired as a culinary vegetable. It is a strong-rooted perennial plant, ...
by George Watt
Allium fistulosum,Lz'nn. 773 THE WELSH ONION ; Rocx ONION ; STONE LEEK. A native of Siberia, said to have been introduced into ...
The Indispensible Green Resource for Every Gardener by Fern Marshall Bradley, Barbara Ellis, Ellen Phillips
Most onions can be pulled young as green onions called scallions, but there is also a perennial bunching type, Allium fistulosum, that produces superior scallions and is practically disease and insect proof. Each bulb ofthe multiplier or potato ...
A Dictionary of Cultivated Plants, Etc by Thomas William Saunders
Ciboul Onion [Allium fistulosum) — see Allium. Cider Tree [Eucalyptus Ounni) — see Eucalyptus. Cienkowskia. — Orel. Scitammaceae. Stove herbaceous perennial. Nat. Zanzibar. Int. 1872. St. 6 in. Species cultivated, 1. Flowers, rosy Eurple ...
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