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$4.50–$10.00A. Aflatunense Circa 1902. 3” dense lilac-purple spheres. HZ: 5-9 24-30” May-June ...
$11.00–$38.50A. Amplectens Graceful Beauty Circa 1857. A NORTH AMERICAN NATIVE. 3 inch globes of star-shaped, sparkling white flowers with pale lavender stamens. Very rare. HZ: 4-8 14” May/June ...
$4.00–$12.50A. Azureum Circa 1830. Also known as “Blue of the Heavens”, this elegant plant has 1.5” spheres of corn-flower blue florets with dark mid veins. HZ: 4-7 24” June ...
$11.00–$38.50A. Cernuum The Nodding Onion. Blossoms are dainty, light pink to lilac bell-shaped flowers. A real drama queen of the garden. HZ: 4-8 16” May/June ...
$11.00–$38.50A. Flavum Circa 1759. Fragrant. Also known as “Small Yellow Onion”, the flower has fragrant umbels of pendant, bell-shaped, golden yellow florets. HZ: 4-8 24” June/July ...
$9.00–$25.00A. Karativiense Circa 1876. 5” spheres of ivory florets with pinkish-purple highlights and red-edged foliage. A good forcer. HZ: 5-9 8” May/June ...
$15.00–$37.50A. Rosenbachianum Circa 1894. This exotic giant has 5-8” globes formed from loosely arranged umbels of dark violet florets with darker midveins and white anthers. HZ: 5-9 36” June ...
$15.00–$37.50A. Schubertii Circa 1896. Individual, purplish-rose florets dangling from tiny purplish-rose stems that vary in length from 1/2” to 8” give the flowers a fireworks-like appearance. HZ: 5-8 16” May/June ...
$2.50–$10.00Sphaerocephalon Also known as “The Drumstick Allium.” This is a flower for every garden with dense, 1-2”, egg-shaped, crimson to purple flowers. In the garden, as a cut flower and in a dried arrangement, these flowers last for a long, long ...
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