Includes descriptions of the 114 species in this section, including the economically important garlic and leek, as well as their wild relatives.
There is a key to species and a separate section dealing with chromosome numbers (by M. Johnson), anatomy (by M. Gregory) and flavinoid content (by J.B. Harborne). 16 pages of colour photographs illustrate many of the plants described.
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