Allium sphaerocephalon offshoots?
My Allium sphaerocephalon has sent up shoots (now, in Sept-Oct). At first I thought maybe my bed was infiltrated by wild onions, but they both smell "oniony" and the shoots are only around the dried bulb stalks.
The Fine Gardening page on alliums says to remove offsets. Does this mean tiny bulbs only, or these shoots. Does anyone with experience growing this bulb know if I should remove these shoots? I'd love the spread the plant elsewhere, but the current plantings are hardly crowded so if it won't hurt the existing bulbs I'll leave them be.
thanks for any input!