Allium acuminatum

Allium acuminatum. Tapertip onion. Allium acuminatum, commonly known as the Tapertip Onion, is a remarkable and visually striking perennial plant that belongs to the Allium genus and is renowned for its distinctive onion-like aroma and bulbous growth pattern. This hardy species can flourish across diverse habitats in North America, from dry plains to rocky slopes […]

Harnessing Allium acuminatum Seeds for Ecological Restoration in the Pacific Northwest

The Pacific Northwest region of the United States is renowned for its breathtaking natural landscapes, from towering forests to pristine riverbanks. Yet, these ecosystems face numerous challenges, including habitat degradation, the encroachment of invasive species, and the alarming decline of salmon populations. Fortunately, a potent ally in the battle for ecological restoration can be found […]