Appearance''Allium aflatunense'' is a 36-inch-tall bulbous perennial plant with basal, straplike leaves, and hollow, slightly ribbed scapes . The flower heads are dense, globular umbels, about 4 inches across, made up of numerous star-shaped, purplish-pink flowers. It flowers in May and June, with seeds ripening in August. It is commonly sold as a bulb.
''Allium aflatunense'' is often confused with ''A. hollandicum''.
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