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(ALLIUM TRICOCCUM) One of the earliest woodland plants to poke out after the winter season these fresh greens have a sweet onion flavor and a garlic scent. They grow naturally under a deciduous forest canopy only to die back in the summer and remain dormant until the following spring. Flowers early summer, dropping seed to encourage naturalization.
Plant in a rich wooded area with filtered light. Choose a site void of evergreens such as pines, laurel, holly, etc. Plant 3” deep up to 1’ apart with the tip up, slightly above the ground. Cover with leaves. Provide adequate moisture throughout growing season. If you do not have a wooded area available, use a shade structure over the planting area to mimic forest canopy conditions.