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May 30, 1806, on the east bank of the Clearwater River northwest of Kamiah in Idaho County, Idaho.
Bulb growing to 1.5 ft (0.45m).
Low meadows and by streams in the Rocky Mountains.
Western North America—Washington, Texas, Oregon, New Mexico, Nevada.
Native Americans used Geyer's onion as a flavoring in soups, though they also occasionally ate them raw.
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Giant Rye Grass
Lewis's Mock Orange