Allium ( Flowering Onion )
Alliums are plants of exquisite beauty in both flower and leaf, with tough constitutions. These easy-to-grow plants come in a broad palette of colors, heights, bloom times and flower forms. They make excellent cut flowers for fresh or dried bouquets. Even crowded gardens can accommodate a few alliums because they don't take up much space. What's more, alliums are relatively resistant to deer, moles, chipmunks, and rabbits.
JF238 Purple Sensation ( Allium aflatunense )
2-4" round umbels of florets top strong stalks; bloom in mid summer in sun or shade. Perennial. Grows about 36" tall, for zones 3-9.
JF239 Nodding Onion ( Allium cernuum )
Found on ledges, in dry meadows, gravel, rocky or wooded slopes, this delicate onion has gently nodding pink to rosy red flowers in late spring. Beautiful in the garden or naturalized in a meadow. Easy, dependable and very drought tolerant once established. For zones 3-9.
JF240 Corkscrew Allium ( Allium senescens glaucum )
Unusual swirling, glaucus leaf, showy blush pink fragrant flowers. Easy, dependable and very drought tolerant once established. For zones 3-9.