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This is a hybridized variety. They grow about 50% bigger than the natural ones (The bulbs are much bigger too). When I was a child I knew places, where wild ones grew. They had a baby bulb at each single corner where a leaf starts off from the stem. - This hybrid grows also many offsprings, but beneath the ground rather and very close to the mother bulb.
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On Tue, 22 Nov 2016 12:43:52 +0100, Willi_9
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This is a hybridized variety. They grow about 50% bigger than the
natural ones (The bulbs are much bigger too). When I was a child I knew
places, where wild ones grew. They had a baby bulb at each single corner
where a leaf starts off from the stem. - This hybrid grows also many
offsprings, but beneath the ground rather and very close to the mother
bulb.
- photographed today [2016-11-22]


Beautiful. It also reminded me that I need to make aioli this weekend.
;-)

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