Description from Flora of China
Allium lineare Linnaeus var. maackii Maximowicz, Mém. Acad. Imp. Sci. St.-Pétersbourg Divers Savans 9: 282. 1859; A. prokhanovii (Voroschilov) Barkalov; A. splendens Willdenow ex Schultes & J. H. Schultes subsp. prokhanovii Voroschilov.
Bulb solitary or clustered, cylindric-obovoid, to 1.5 cm wide; outer tunic yellowish brown, reticulate; inner layers leathery, ± neither laciniate nor fibrous. Leaves linear or narrowly so, shorter than scape, 2--3 mm wide, flat, margin scabrous-denticulate or smooth. Scape 20--50 cm, terete, furrowed, covered with leaf sheaths for 1/4--1/3 its length. Spathe persistent. Umbel hemispheric or globose, many flowered. Pedicels subequal, 1.5--2 × as long as perianth, bracteolate. Perianth rose pink; segments with purple midvein, oblong or oblong elliptic, 4--5 × 1.5--2 mm, apex obtuse. Filaments 1.5--2 × as long as perianth segments, connate at base and adnate to perianth segments; outer ones subulate; inner ones broadened at base, 1-toothed on each side, teeth sometimes forked. Ovary subglobose, with concave nectaries at base. Style long exserted; stigma subglobose. Fl. Jun. 2 n = 32.
Dry slopes and cliffs; 200--500 m. Heilongjiang [Russia].