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Lampascioni Muscari Comosum (Lampoon)


Old traditional Pugliese heirloom variety. Usually mistaken for an onion, but it's a rare bulb of wild hyacinth plant (Muscari Comosum). It has a slight bitter taste with firm tantelizing texture. Great in salads, soups, and traditionally great on their own in an extra virgin olive oil. Seeds/ package 100-150 Untreated

Sowing instructions: Plant seeds 12-16 inches deep from May-July. Line the dug out area with some plastic sheath or lining. Space seeds 2-3 inches apart in rows 8-12 inches wide. Return the 12-16 inches of soil back onto the seeded area and do not disturb for 2 years. Harvest from July-September the following seasons once shoots begin to grow.

Maturity: 2 years after sowing in warmer climates Open-pollinated Heirloom

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  • 286 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Larosa

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 10 September, 2012.

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