Grows from a small solitary bulb to about 20–40 cm in height.
It's leaves are 5 to 25 mm wide. Most of the flowers are replaced by
little bulbs or bulbils and the few (usually only one) proper flowers
are white and hermaphrodite.
The Few-flowered Leek is edible and can be eaten raw as well as made
into dishes such as pesto. It can also be used as a herb to flavour
food, much in the same way as other wild garlics.