Allium Humile is known to be an Asian species of Wild Onion. It belongs to the family of Amaryllidaceae.
This herb comes in brownish color having single, cylindrical bulbs. Leaves are embodied on the herb in the form of a bunch carrying 5-15 leaves together. The leaves when got crushed departs a garlic like smell. Flowers come in white star shape with greenish hemispherical umbels.
The species Humile carries the meaning low growing or humble growth. The leaves of the plant are used for flavoring as the leaves own a garlic sort of smell in them.
Location in the valley of flowers: In June month, they can be found near the streams of the valley of flowers, especially near Pushpawati River bed.
Flowering season: June to July