Allium parciflorum

Family: Amaryllidaceae
Local name:
Aglio paucifloro
English name:
Allium parciflorum
Habitat: cliffs, stone quarries, ravines

Description: Allium parciflorum is a perennial herbaceous plant, endemic to Sardinia, equipped with a basal bulb and reaching a height between 10 and 25 cm. This species is characterised by very long and thin cylindrical leaves, which disappear during the blooming season. The flowers are tubular and bell-shaped, sustained by 1-3 cm long fine peduncles. They bloom from June to September. 

It can be found in Sardinia, extending from the sea level, up to the mountainous areas. 


Texts: National Park, with the collaboration of Associazione G.Cesaraccio - ProNatura APS
Pictures: Tommaso Gamboni (Ass.G.Cesaraccio - ProNatura APS)


Bibliographic sources:
Flora dell’Arcipelago di La Maddalena. G. Cesaraccio. Ed. Sorba.

Portale della flora d’Italia.
Acta plantarum.
Altervista botanica.
Flora di Sardegna.