Three Cornered Leek: a triple treat | Nature Notes from Dorset

The three cornered or triquetrous leek (Allium triquetrum) is a plant of the western Mediterranean that has found its way into the British flora having become naturalised after spreading from gardens. It is found almost exclusively in south western Britain and is quite common in the Isles of Scilly and coastal areas of Cornwall where I have seen it on visits there.
It is rare in Dorset but it does occur at Durlston Country Park, usually in flower between April and June 



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