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The Must-Grow Allium Special

One can never plant enough Allium. Beyond the colossal globe Allium, there are many other varieties with differing heights, bloom times, colors and forms. Here are four of our favorites that we think should be in every garden. Deer-, rabbit- and rodent-resistant, these Allium are adored by bees, butterflies and beneficial pollinators. And, they are terrific cut flowers for creative summer arrangements.

Individually bagged and labeled, it is specially priced 20% less than our already terrific prices. Normal shipping charges apply. Top size bulbs. Plant 6" to 8" deep and 8" to 10" apart. Horticultural zones 6-8. Take a peek at our complete Allium collection~it is the largest collection available in the U.S.

(Please note that due to state agricultural restrictions, we are not permitted to ship Allium bulbs to Idaho or the following 5 counties in the state of Washington: Adams, Benton, Franklin, Grant and Klickitat.)

  • 25 Allium aflatunense Purple Sensation: 4" to 5" violet-purple globes. 24" to 30" tall. May/June.
  • 5 Allium Forelock: Mahogany-red 2" to 3" globes. 24" to 60" tall! June/July.
  • 25 Allium siculum bulgaricum: 2"-wide umbels of pendant greenish-white florets flushed purple. 1873 heirloom. 32" to 36" tall. May/June.
  • 50 Allium sphaerocephalon: 1" to 1 1/2" egg-shaped crimson-purple composite flowers. 1594 heirloom. 24" tall. July.
  • Catalog #6618

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