Bizarre garlic butterball

Oniony oddity

Oniony oddity

Poised at the tip of a long, skinny stem, this freakish red head with frizzled green hair may be the flowering end of a Wild garlic (Allium vineale) — or perhaps some type of wild onion. Either way, it’s a funny-looking finial for a pungent plant.

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