Allium komarowii

Rich violet-purple flowers rise on 14-inch stems above broad, strappy leaves in late spring, making for one of the most singular and sought-after onions. Sun and a dryish summer dormancy are a must (we winter and summer it successfully in sharply drained soil). Montane; Tajikistan. Zone 5.

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