Abundant in some damp woodlands in late April and eary May
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|Sub-group||Onion Family - Alliaceae|
Wild onions, leeks and garlics plus a couple of surprises all fall within the Alliaceae. Usually a single stem supports the cluster of flowers at the top. In onions and leeks this tends to be a globe whereas in leeks they are a collection of larger flowers all falling downwards to one side. Most have the strong smell associated with culinary versions.
|Book Refererence||Gentians, Bellflowers and Lilies|