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Rosy garlic, Molium roseum, Nectaroscordum roseum
Allium roseum (Rosy garlic). Also known as Molium roseum and Nectaroscordum roseum, this perennial species is a stalked clump with linear medium green leaves, and the flowers are terminal umbels of small pale pink blooms.
Grow in fertile, well-drained soil, in full sun. The bulbs should be planted in the autumn and will prefer hot dry areas in a sandy loam-based potting compost or in raised beds.
Ornamental but also edible
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