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|Subspecies:||A. ampeloprasum var. kurrat|
|Allium ampeloprasum var. kurrat
Schweinf. ex Krause
Kurrat, or Egyptian leek (Arabic: كراث) (Allium ampeloprasum var. kurrat), is grown in the Middle East for its leaves. It is closely related to elephant garlic and leeks and is generally regarded as being in the same species, though it is also commonly listed as Allium kurrat.
- "Allium kurrat - Schweinf. ex K.Krause". Plants for a Future.
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