dirk maes wrote:If you are lucky this could/should be perennial leek. Grows in clusters of 5 to 15 shoots in late august. Best propagated generative witch means cut flower heads.Its a winter hardy leek witch gives you middle finger tick leeks early April or March depending on the climate.
Although it produces an inflorescence, it has not been recorded as producing seed.
Instead, it reproduces clonally (Treu 1999) by the production of bulblets on rhizomes
from the parent bulb, by division o f the parent bulb into two daughter bulbs
following flowering, and by the production o f bulbils in the inflorescence (Figure 1)
Nicole Alderman wrote:Ah! Here it is! http://orca.cf.ac.uk/56030/1/U584777.pdf