Allium jesdianum is a species of onion found mainly in Iran, with populations in Afghanistan and possibly Iraq and Uzbekistan. It is cultivated around the world as an ornamental. Its 'Akbulak' and 'Early Emperor' cultivars gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit in 2016, and are also considered by them as good plants to attract pollinators. It has been incorrectly listed for sale by commercial nurseries as Allium rosenbachianum.
A handsome plant growing to about 75 cm (30 in) ...
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