Allium canadense, commonly known as Meadow Garlic, Canada Garlic, or Wild Onion, is a member of the Liliaceae family. It is native to the USA and Canada, including states and provinces such as Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, and Ontario.
This plant has a number of synonyms, including Allium acetabulum, Allium canadense var. ovoideum, Allium canadense var. robustum, and Allium continuum. Meadow Garlic is a hardy plant that is widely distributed across North America, and it has a number of uses both in the wild and in cultivation.
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Allium canadense var. canadense Information
|Common Names||Meadow Garlic, Canada Garlic, Wild Onion|
|Synonyms||Allium acetabulum, Allium canadense var. ovoideum, Allium canadense var. robustum, Allium continuum|
|Native to USA||AL, AR, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NY, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, VA, VT, WI, WV|
|Native to Canada||NB, ON, QC|
|Size||1 to 2 feet|
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Allium canadense var. canadense native to Texas?
Allium canadense var. canadense, also known as wild garlic or meadow garlic, is native to much of North America, including Texas. It is a perennial herb that typically grows in moist, open areas such as meadows and along streams.
Is Allium canadense var. canadense Poisonous?
Allium canadense var. canadense, also known as wild garlic or meadow garlic, is not poisonous to humans. However, it is toxic to some animals, including cats and dogs, if ingested in large quantities. It is always a good idea to keep pets away from potentially toxic plants and to seek veterinary care if you suspect that your pet has ingested a potentially toxic plant.