Allium senescens. Also known as Ornamental Broadleaf Onion, this unusual Allium is popular in the Pennsylvania Dutch Country for its ramp-like flavor and green seeds. The unripe seeds are used to flavor omelets, cooking oil, and even crock pickles. The beautiful flowers are also excellent when infused in vinegar. Excellent as an addition to stir-fries. Our plants trace to Garlic Chives collected in the 1930s by H. Ralph Weaver (1896-1956) the founder of the Roughwood Seed Collection. Garlic Chives bloom in August and will self-seed once established. Treat as a perennial ideal for border areas of the kitchen garden. ~30 seeds for packet.