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Deer- and rodent-resistant Allium Gladiator and Fritillaria persica are wonderful planted in distinct individual clusters for dramatic color and garden architecture.

Hovering over lower-growing, yet-to-bloom perennials, bee-loved Allium Gladiator stands 3’ to 4’ tall, and has a magnificent, 6”-wide rose-purple globe comprised of hundreds of densely compacted florets. F. persica yields 2.5’ flowering racemes studded with variably compacted, pendant, bell-shaped plum florets above layers of wavy blue-green foliage. Commonly referred to as the Persian Lily, F. persica creates high garden drama.

Individually bagged and labeled, it is specially priced 20% less than our already terrific prices. Normal shipping charges apply. Plant 6” to 8” deep and 8” to 10” apart. Horticultural zones 5-8.

  • 5 Allium Gladiator: Rose-purple globes. HZ: 5-8. Bulb size: 18 cm/up. 3’ to 4’. May/June.
  • 5 Fritillaria persica: Plum-floret studded racemes. Bulb size: 20 cm/up. 2.5’.

  • Catalog #6685

    Availability: In stock