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Allium anisopodium

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Kingdom  Plantae
Clade  Monocots
Family  Amaryllidaceae
Rank  Species
Clade  Angiosperms
Order  Asparagales
Subfamily  Allioideae
People also search for  Allium bidentatum, Allium aciphyllum

Allium anisopodium, also called thread-leaf chive, is a plant species native to Siberia, the Russian Far East, Korea, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, and northern China.

Allium anisopodium is a perennial herb with a scape (round in cross-section) up to 70 cm tall. Leaves are about the same length as the scape. Flowers are purple.

Two varieties are generally recognized:

Allium anisopodium var. anisopodium --- Leaves, scape and pedicels smooth

Allium anisopodium var. zimmermannianum (Gilg) F.T. Wang & T. Tan (syn: Allium zimmermannianum Gilg) --- Leaves, scape and pedicels with a rough surface

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Allium anisopodium Wikipedia


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