Nectaroscordum siculum (Ucaria) Lindl.

Sicilian Honey Garlic

Accepted name: Allium siculum

Herb with spherical to ovoid bulbs. Leaves 3-4, linear, stem-sheathing basally, strongly keeled, shorter than inflorescence. Inflorescence to 45 cm, spathe 1, umbel loose. Flowers 10-30, bell-shaped, pendulous, 15 mm long; spring to summer. Tepals white and greenish, flushed purple, red or pink.

Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Crimea

Sometimes grown in gardens as a spring bulb.

subsp. bulgaricum (Janka) Stearn has tepals greenish white to greenish, yellow flushed pale pink to purple with white edges. [Allium bulgaricum Prodan]

subsp. siculum has tepals white with flesh pink to deep red and greenish bases.

Source: Conran, J. (2005). Alliaceae. In: Spencer, R.. Horticultural Flora of South-eastern Australia. Volume 5. Flowering plants. Monocotyledons. The identification of garden and cultivated plants. University of New South Wales Press.