Photo Gallery: Hollow Leaves of the Egyptian Walking Onion

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Egyptian Walking Onions have tall, round, hollow leaves up to 1" in diameter.
They are beautiful and edible! Some topset clusters grow their own leaves, lending to the plant's Medusa-like quality.


Blue-green leaf stalks of the Egyptian Walking Onion plant.


Round sunlit leaves.


Egyptian Walking Onion leaves.


Glowing Egyptian Walking Onion leaf.


Miniature leaf stalks growing from a cluster of young
Egyptian Walking Onion topsets.


Medusa-like Egyptian Walking Onion plant.


Egyptian Walking Onion leaves in the sun.


The round and hollow leaves of the Egyptian Walking Onion plant
are like soft, green pipes.


Medusa onion.


Brightly sunlit leaves grow from a cluster of topsets.
A small, striped branch can be seen spiraling up through the center.


Golden leaves of the Egyptian Walking Onion plant.


Egyptian Walking Onion plant leaves.


Dewdrops on an Egyptian Walking Onion leafstalk.


Egyptian Walking Onion leaves in the evening sun.


The onions love a spring rain.


Crisp and tender the leaves do grow.



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