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    • Prairie Onion
    • autumn onion
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    • Allium stellatum

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Recent observations

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Prairie Onion Allium stellatum

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eknuth

Date

August 21, 2016 09:50 AM CDT

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Prairie Onion Allium stellatum

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megan88

Date

August 15, 2016 09:28 AM CDT

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Prairie Onion Allium stellatum

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August 13, 2016 01:53 PM CDT

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Prairie Onion Allium stellatum

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mjbach

Date

July 19, 2016 03:45 PM CDT

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Prairie Onion Allium stellatum

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clangland

Date

August 8, 2016

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Prairie Onion Allium stellatum

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mga_bioblitz

Date

June 7, 2016 11:00 AM CDT

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Prairie Onion Allium stellatum

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cjchurch

Date

July 26, 2016 06:45 PM CDT

Description

Sandhills

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Prairie Onion Allium stellatum

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aaroncarlson

Date

July 26, 2016 10:41 AM CDT

Place

Korth Park (Google, OSM)

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Prairie Onion Allium stellatum

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suezq

Date

July 21, 2016 02:37 PM CDT

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Prairie Onion Allium stellatum

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scottking

Date

August 1, 2015 11:45 AM CDT

Description

Prairie Onion
road ditch wetland
near Stony Slough
Driscoll, North Dakota

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Prairie Onion Allium stellatum

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johnny_ray

Date

October 28, 2015 10:17 AM CDT

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Prairie Onion Allium stellatum

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squaylei2000

Date

October 12, 2015
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Description from Wikipedia

Allium stellatum (Autumn onion, Prairie onion) is a perennial wild onion native to North America, where it grows in rocky, sandy soil. It grows from a bulb to about 1-2 feet (30-60 cm) with tufts of leaves which die back as the scape of pink to purple flowers forms. The bulbs are strongly flavored but can be eaten.

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