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Field garlic (Allium oleraceum) is a bulbous perennial that grows wild in dry places in northern Europe, reaching 80cm in height. It reproduces by seed, bulbs and by the production of small bulblets in the flower head (similarly to the Wild Onion Allium vineale). Unlike A. vineale however, it is very rare with Field garlic to find flower-heads containing bulbils only. In addition, the spathe in Field garlic is in two parts. More information...
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