Allium tricoccum - Wild Leek

Sun Exposure: Part Sun, Part Shade, Shade

Soil Moisture: Medium-Wet, Medium, Medium-Dry

Soil Type: Sand-Loam, Loam, Loam-Clay

Height: 8 inches

Spread: 1 foot

Blooms: June, July

Root: Bulb, Fibrous

Habitat: Mesic deciduous woodlands and wooded bluffs.

Landscape uses: Pollinator garden, Rain garden, Woodland planting, Naturalization 

Complimentary Plants: Does not like competition, plant alone for best success 

Wildlife Value: The flowers attract various kinds of bees, including Halictid bees, masked bees (Hylaeus spp.), honeybees, bumblebees, and mason bees. These insects suck nectar or collect pollen.

Seed Origin: Blue Mountains, Ontario

Germination Code: E

Allium tricoccum - Wild Leek