Caloscordum is a genus that consists of five species of perennials native to China. The botanical name comes from the Greek, kalos means beautiful and skordon means garlic. The plants are hardy bulbs that produce 3 in (7.5 cm) wide umbels of charming, pink to purple flowers on 10 in (25 cm) stalks in late summer.
- Caloscordum exsertum
- Caloscordum inutile
- Caloscordum nerineflorium
- Caloscordum neriniflorum (beautiful garlic)
- Caloscordum tubiforum
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