Allium moly (golden garlic) is a beautiful perennial onion, normally grown as an ornamental, but that deserves to be elevated to edimental level as particularly the bulbs are delicious and the flowers are a fantastic edible addition to summer salads and other dishes. The leaves can also be used. Although usually grown in sunny places, it also tolerates quite shady locations. In a Spanish ethnobotanical study it is recorded being wild harvested in Albacete (bulbs). It grows rather slowly in my garden, but is reported to be invasive where it fluorishes (if only it would :-) )!
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