Nectaroscordum siculum (Ucria) Lindl., (honey garlic)

5 May 2002 at OSGR: SP21 in Oxon, England

Record Summaryat roadside
Found asIn bud
Date5 May 2002
OS grid refOSGR: SP21
Lat/Lon51° 50' N, 1° 40' W
Vice CountyOxon, VC no: 23

Notes: Plant smelling of garlic.
Leaf: bright green, strongly keeled, 23mm wide by 600mm long.
Flower stem: cylindrical, 900mm tall, stem to 27mm wide growing out of four-angled leaf sheath which splits along the fourth angle.
Inflorecence: no bulbils, purplish green in bud.
Bulb: white

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