Liliaceae plants

Liliaceae plants

The liliaceae are a very large family that includes several plants that are often found in our gardens such as asparagus, garlic, onion, shallot and leek. The common characteristics of these vegetables are that they do not need a lot of fertilization, that they can be easily transplanted with bare roots and that they do not have a large need for water. The vegetables of the lilac family, like all bulbous plants, do not like water stagnation, so be careful to grow them in draining soil.

Here's how to grow liliaceae in the garden:

Leeks

The onions

Garlic

Chives

Shallot

Asparagus

Aglione

Among the liliaceae we have leafy vegetables such as leek and chives and bulb vegetables such as garlic and shallots. If you want to try your hand at something special, you can read how to grow asparagus, I have published a guide with advice from sowing to harvesting for all these vegetable plants.


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