Photo of Allium→Mis-ID

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Name: Mark McDonough
Massachusetts (Zone 5a)
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Apr 3, 2018 2:43 PM CST
This is a long-standing mis-ID, the true Allium bucharicum has large wide leaves and enormous heads of tan color flowers (along the lines of Allium schubertii). Most often plants bearing this name are a small form of Allium paniculatum with reddish/white flowers, less than 12" tall. The narrow foliage looks like paniculatum.
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