Astonishing rich violet blue spheres are up to 8” across – thick, sturdy 4’ stems carry the huge flower heads. Allium 'Ambassador' blooms late in spring, often at the same time as the first flush of roses. They are impressive lining a walkway, or planted in groups for an electrifying shock of color in beds, borders and containers. Best of all, this ornamental plant helps keep rodents out of your garden. Top-grade, premium allium bulbs guarantee a dazzling display next season.
Strong, straight stems grow up to 24 inches tall, each topped with a deep red-purple flowerhead. Striking flowers are perfect for layering at the back of a perennial border, combining with other early summer bloomers in reds, whites, and pinks.
Commonly known as the blue globe onion, the flower produces brilliant blue tennis-ball shaped heads. The Allium Caeruleum sports 30-50 Flowers per stem and grows to an average of 24 inches tall. The flowers flourish in dry conditions and may be drought resistant when established.
Allium sphaerocephalon is excellent for cut and dried flowers, flowering in May and June. Produces purple ball shaped blooms on 2-3 foot stems.
Perfect for rock gardens or fronting the perennial border, Allium Flavum carries loose flowerheads with upward and downward pointing yellow blossoms. 10-12 inch grey-green stems. Midsummer flowers have a mild onion scent.
The Allium Forelock is a late blooming ornamental onion. With an enticing purple hue, the flower has a different shaped head when compared with other Allium. The head of the Forelock is round with a unique hair-like tuft on each rounded top. This flower has proven to be a good choice for cut flowers and multiplies rapidly.
Blooms the size of softballs atop tall, regal flower stems. Always impressive and eye-catching, they grow 3 to 4 feet tall and the flowers are a clear, vivid purple. Plant them in dramatic groupings or along the back of the border. A sheltered location where the blooms won’t be exposed to strong winds is a good idea. Flowers open in mid to early summer and will attract butterflies to your garden.
This alluring Allium bulb mixture features the bright colors of spring; pink, yellow and white. This mixture of classical Allium flowers will not only range in color but it height as well, ranging from 6-24". The diversity of the package is sure to bring fun and mystery to your spring/summer blooms.
Mixed Rock Garden Allium are wonderful additions to tuck in rocky and in hard-to-grow places. Bright and perky blooms of yellow, pink and white in late spring and early summer.
Allium Moly has Golden Yellow star shaped flowers. Blooming in May and June and growing to about 14 inches tall, Moly is excellent for rock gardens.
Allium ostrowskianum has deep pinkish purple flowers on 4-6 inch stems. June flowering. 6-8 inches tall.
Huge, 6-8 inch orbs of sparkling silvery purple appear in early summer to provide gorgeous color for weeks. Grows only 24” high, and makes a perfect cover for fading tulips. Our plump, premium bulbs are primed to produce a spectacular display – order today!
These giants certainly earn their names, the White Giant Allium's bright white globes grow to 6-8 inches in diameter. The flowers bloom in late spring and will add whimsy to any flower bed.
I have a Karen Triplett Rhoda and it does not bloom. It has bloomed in the past but probably not for a past several years. Not sure what I need to do? It's in well drained soil has morning and late afternoon sun. It has healthy looking leaves. Any suggestions?