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Allium flower bulbs gets more popular every year, and no wonder. Most famous in the group of over 300 species are the tall purple globes that rise in late spring and amaze everybody.
But the allium group has much more to offer. From small alliums in a rainbow of colors that make a great show in the front of the garden to exotic-looking taller ones that look like fireworks. The garden Alliums are close relatives of onions and leeks, so deer don't love them, but you will! It's easy to make them the big stars of the spring finale in your garden.
Allium Giganteum lives up to its name! They are huge! With heights of 4-5 feet, this Allium is a show stopper. It’s made up of perfect little purple florets that create a large round ball on top of a sturdy stem, similar to a topiary. Adding Allium to a garden will make heads turn and grab attention. The best way to plant is in large groupings for a more contemporary style or periodically place throughout a garden. Blooms in late spring to early summer. (Allium) Learn More →
A big favorite from coast to coast, Allium Globemaster bloom a perfect globe made up of tiny star-shaped flowers that measures up to 8 inches across! These huge purple globes appear in early summer atop tall, sturdy stems. Easy to grow Allium attract butterflies, are deer resistant and are sure to turn heads in your garden. Learn More →
Allium Oreophilum has large magenta florets that form a loose flower head. This unusual color in the allium family is a must-have addition to your garden or patio pots. Since Oreophilum is a shorter variety, it blends well with other perennials and makes an excellent addition to the border. Great in fresh or dried bouquets. Deer Resistant. Learn More →
This stunning mix of purple and white globe-shaped Alliums, blooming at 2 to 3 feet tall, will make any allium lover swoon. Medium-sized blooms make this mix perfect for creating denser and more dramatic plantings in smaller spaces. Deer Resistant. Learn More →
Violet Beauty is a fragrant Allium with a sweet scent. It blooms in late spring and produces 4-6” tennis ball sized flowers. Its small purple flowers form a ball of color that create a stunning show in the garden. Plant Allium as a border, in a container or as added interest to the garden. (Allium) Learn More →
Allium Unifolium produces up to 20 long-lasting, pinkish-purple florets per stem. The bell-shaped flowerheads of this native ornamental onion have a spray-like appearance. Plant in a sunny garden border, or add to pots on your patio. Deer Resistant. Learn More →
Create a unique statement in your garden with the Allium Purple Blend Mix. Large, globe-shaped blooms flower in all shades of purple and are deer-resistant, making this mix a must-have for any early summer garden. Mix includes 5 Allium Graceful and 25 Purple Sensation. Learn More →
Allium Pink Jewel has light pink florets with green centers that form a 3” flower head. This unique true pink flower sits on top of a sturdy stem and makes an excellent fresh or dried cut flower. For high impact plant in large groups, or add to pots on your patio. Deer Resistant. Learn More →
The name says it all - Allium Graceful boasts clusters of small, pristine white flowers with graceful lavender stamens that make up the globe-shaped blooms. A shorter allium, reaching heights of 14-16" tall, Graceful is gorgeous when paired with its taller colors. (Allium amplectens) Learn More →
Allium Karataviense has delicate pink-hued florets that form a 3-6” spherical flower head. Only growing up to 12” tall, try this shorter allium variety in pots and window boxes, or add to the front border of the garden. Excellent cut flower for fresh and dried bouquets. Learn More →
This Allium is a definite conversation-piece! It boasts huge, 12-15" loose, spidery flowers on plants that are only 20" tall. Flower heads resemble a beautiful botanical explosion, making Schubertii a great late-spring finale. (Allium schubertii) Learn More →
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