Definition of Allium tuberosum
1. Noun. A plant of eastern Asia; larger than Allium schoenoprasum.
Terms within: Garlic Chive
Generic synonyms: Alliaceous Plant
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Literary usage of Allium tuberosum
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1. Gently with the Tides: The Best of Living Aboard by Michael L. Frankel (1990)
"A closely related plant known as garlic chives (allium tuberosum) can be used in similar ways although its flavor is stronger and more garlic-like. ..."
2. The American Gardener's Assistant: In Three Parts, Containing Complete by Thomas Bridgeman, Sereno Edwards Todd (1867)
"The Potato Onion, allium tuberosum, does not produce seed as other Onions, but it increases by the root. One single Onion, slightly covered, will produce ..."