Aglio di palude

Botanical name: Allium angulosum

Spread between Europe and Siberia, Allium angulosum is a species found in Northern Italy spontaneusly. Bulbous perennial, it is sometimes called "swamp garlic" because of growth on moist soils below the mountain zone.

Allium angulosum leaves and bulbs are edible.

The plant presents umbrella-like inflorescences of pink-lilac in summer and is well suited as an ornamental plant.

Data sheet

  • Family
  • Duration
    Perennial
  • Dwelling
    Shaded
  • Temperature
    Rustica (from -5° to -20° c and above)
  • Watering
    Moderate
  • Land
    Lightweight
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