Field Garlic (Allium vineale)Field Garlic (Allium vineale)
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Garlic, Field (Allium vineale) - 05a

Garlic, Field (Allium vineale) - 05a
(Garlic, Field (Allium vineale) - 05a) According to the literature, field garlic can have two types of flowers: these tiny (less than 1/8 inch) bulb-like flowers, or open flowers.  We found no scientific naming difference between the two, which seemed strange.  Each flower grows at the end of a stem and has three sepals and three petals of the same size and color, six stamens, and one pistil.  There are additional filaments growing from the bulb-like flowers which we could not account for.
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