Allium sphaerocephalum, also referred to as the 'Drumstick' Allium, blooms in late June, producing 1" diameter flower heads. These wine-colored blooms sway in the wind on top of 24-30" sturdy stems. A magnificent plant with a long bloom time, these Allium add great interest and movement to the garden while also being deer resistant. They look amazing when planted among ornamental grasses and other low-growing perennials!
Looking for Giant White flowers to match your giant purple flowers of the Allium giganteum? Look no further! The White Giant Giant Allium blooms will grow at least as large as the softball and up to 5 feet tall. Great choice for vertical accent, back of the border plant, and cut or dried flower!
This Giant Allium truly lives up to its name and is truly a marvel in the garden with its gorgeous purple blooms sometimes reaching 6" in diameter and stands up to 39" tall! The mammoth round flowers heads are extremely unique and even hold their petals long after the flower has finished blooming, making it very popular among crafters who use them in dried floral arrangements!
Giant Allium (Allium giganteum) is the tallest of the large flowering allium with 4"-6"; diameter ball-shaped flowers. The Giant Allium adds a wonderful element to a garden and will even catch the eye of the non-gardeners! These huge flowers blossom the size of softballs with a gorgeous purple color and sway atop sturdy stems in late spring. These add great texture and look great when planted amongst other shorter plants.
Mesmerizing! Large White ball shaped blooms in the background, with medium sized ball shaped purple blooms in the foreground, bordered by dainty blue/purple sphere shaped allium in the front! Great for your garden in late spring into early summer. (blooms lasting approximately 4 weeks)
Mesmerizing! This truly Blue Allium is unlike anything else in the late spring and early summer garden. These magnificent Blue Allium grow 2-3" in diameter and float 18-24" above the garden. The exotic blooms retain their color for nearly 4 weeks and look splendid when planted among other allium, especially Drumstick!
The Colossal Blooms of these three varieties of Allium will absolutely knock your socks off and impress your friends and family. Allium bulbs are easy to grow, show stopping, late spring/early summer blooming perennial bulbs. There blooms last a long time once the flowers are spent and they have dried they make a stunning addition to dried floral arrangements or dried alone in a simple vase.
Create a dramatic effect in your late spring garden by planting these Black/Purple Tulips together with light colored Allium. The center color of the petals on the Allium match the tulips and complement each other and create the perfect duo!
Plant other purple hues in your garden (that bloom early and mid-spring) to extend the affect!
This is an extraordinary Allium collection to have! Unique and beautiful at the same time. Plant in its own clump or spread out throughout your garden! Your neighbors will turn there heads in amazement at the funky blooms these Allium produce. All blooming at slightly different times you will get several weeks of fun and color from this collection.
The Allium aflatunense is one of the most popular and beautiful of all Allium species. Its dense 4-5" diameter flower heads are packed with purple flowers and seem to float above the rest of plants in the garden on sturdy stems. Blooming in late spring, these dramatic flowers are long-lasting and make a nice transition from the spring to summer garden! Be sure to plant enough to have extra for cutting as they look ...
Large flowering allium, such as Gladiator are best planted in groups of 3 or 5, you can plant 3 bulbs per square foot for the best affect. The flowers are large round and purple, growing 4-6" in diameter, in late Spring to Early Summer.
Did you say you're looking for something unique to grow in your spring garden? The 'Hair' Allium is nothing short of extraordinary! Its whispy blooms stand out all around the flowerhead, looking much like strands of hair. The deeper purple center make it truly ornamental and even fun to use in a fresh floral bouquet of differing textures!
This extraordinary allium is a must have for all rock gardens!. Its white to pale pink blooms can reach 5-6" in diameter on top of 6-10" tall sturdy stalks and is one of the only allium grown also for its handsome foliage. The leaves of the Allium karataviense are broad and vary in color from gray purple to gray green. Blooming in last spring to early summer, the Ivory Queen will be royalty in your garden or ...
The Mediterranean Bells Allium is truly unique and will definitely catch your garden vistors' attention! Its greenish bell-shaped flowers are flushed with purple and edged in white, hanging in graceful clusters. This bulb is patricularly suited for rock gardens and container growing and naturalizes readily. You will not regret planting this beauty! Also known as Allium bulgaricum.
Also called "Golden Garlic", the Moly Allium is a golden wonder! This profusely flowering bulb produces mesmerizing yellow blooms on top of foot tall steps. Its gray green foliage is also quite attractive and remains for a fairly long period. This allium is great for naturalizing and also for borders with its shorter height. Just as its family members, this Allium will not be eaten by any pesky rodents or hungry deer!
You'll love this bulb so much you'll want to shout it from the highest mountain! The Mount Everest Allium is a unique allium growing up to three feet in height which produces creamy white flowers. The 4-6 inch spherical blooms are long-lasting, rising above other plants in the garden and emitting a soft, sweet frangrance. Try planting these among other large purple-flowering allium for more variety!
This stunning allium is one you do not want to miss! The Ostrowskianum Allium is a brilliantly colored, short allium which produces quarter-sized, deep magenta flowers which are unparelleled in the allium family! Its short height makes it great for borders or for planting in amongst other spring blooming perennials. Give your garden new charm this year with the Ostrowskianum Allium!
This stunning allium is one you do not want to miss! The Ostrowskianum Allium (or Pink Lily Leek) is a brilliantly colored, short allium which produces quarter-sized, deep magenta flowers which are unparelleled in the allium family! Its short height makes it great for borders or for planting in amongst other spring blooming perennials. Give your garden new charm this year with the Ostrowskianum Allium!
Sensational. Truly! The Purple Sensation Allium's versatility and place in the garden is unmatched by any other plant. Its tightly packed purple florets form 4-5" wide spherical flowerheads which are the deepest in color and densest in flowering of all of the alliums. Their height and flower size make them perfect for mid-border color accents and one of the most popular allium grown!
What spring garden would be complete without the unique Allium plant? These gorgeous flower heads are not called a "star" for nothing! The lavish pale amethyst-violet flowers are edges with silver highlights that are sure to light up your garden in the late spring and early summer. The 8-12" spherical blooms dry perfectly and add great winter interest or additions to dried floral bouquets. Dominating the show, the
The blooms of the Neapolitanum Allium (also called White Garlic) can be summed up in one word: Graceful. Its' dainty, pure white flowers stand on stalks just short of a foot tall which are absolutely exquisite. The pleasantly scented blooms are truly delightful among other taller Allium, perennials, and in flower meadows and do not appeal to hungry rodents and deer in your yard!