Canada Onion, Canadian Garlic, Meadow Garlic, Wild Onion, Fraser Meadow Garlic, Hyacinth Meadow Garlic
Wild Garlic is a native perennial plant found in most of Virginia. It produces clusters of star-shaped flowers in May or June that are either white or pink. It grows best in sunny locations in well-drained soil. Wild Garlic has both male and female sex organs, and it can also be pollinated by bees and other insects. The juice of the plant is used as a moth repellent, and the entire plant has been used to repel moles and insects.
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