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Prairie Onion

Allium textile


Allium sp. Galileo Educational Network Allium sp. Galileo Educational Network The wild onion is found in our dry prairie meadows and on hillsides. It grows to be 7-30 cm tall with grass-like stems and narrow, grooved, circular leaves. The wild onion flowers in May to June and the flowers are white with pink or pale pink.


Shortgrass Prairie


an important medicinal plant for the indigenous peoples

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Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada

Spotted on May 25, 2018
Submitted on Dec 22, 2018

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