Allium jacquemontii is a plant species native to India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Xizang (Tibet) and Xinjiang. It grows high in the mountains at elevations of 4000–4500 m.Allium jacquemontii forms solitary egg-shaped bulbs about 10 mm across. Scapes are up to 40 cm tall. Umbel forms a hemisphere of many densely packed red or purple flowers.
The Latin specific epithet jacquemontii refers to the French botanist and geologist Victor Jacquemont (1844–1912).
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