Allium is a reliable and easy-to-grow perennial that makes a bold statement in the landscape. The long-lasting flower heads look beautiful long after they have dried!
Perennial in zones 3-9. Gorgeous, gargantuan globes in a purple grape color! The globes of this largest-headed allium average 6 to 10 inches wide and grow atop stems from 3 to 5 feet tall. These deer-resistant plants are super attractive to pollinators. This easy-to-grow ornamental member of the onion family is a favorite for cottage gardens, landscaping, beds, and borders.
(Allium hollandicum) Perennial in zones 4-9. Stunning, lilac to violet-colored globes reach 3 inches in diameter atop 2- to 3-foot stems. This care-free perennial is deer resistant and wildly attractive to pollinators. Try it in beds, borders, landscapes, and cottage gardens. Excellent cut flower. This outstanding selection was the recipient of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit.
Allium schubertii (also known as Tumbleweed allium) Perennial in zones 4-10. These beautifully unusual alliums set off a blazing firework display in the garden! Stems reach just under 2 feet with heads 12 inches across. Heads are not compact and tidy like other alliums, but rather consist of an explosion of thin flowers that give them a fascinating look. This long-season bloomer is resistant to deer and attractive to pollinators. The heads are fantastic in beds, borders, and cottage gardens, and this variety makes a lovely, long-lasting cut flower as well.
Allium Sphaerocephalon (also known as Drumstick allium) Perennial in zones 4-8. This beautiful, egg-shaped, small-headed ornamental allium blooms deep purple. Small drumstick heads, just 1 inch in diameter, grow atop 2-foot stems. It blooms early summer and makes excellent, long-lasting cut flowers. This outstanding selection was the recipient of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit.