Also known as The Drumstick Allium, this is a flower for every garden. The dense, 1 to 2 inch, egg-shaped flowers grown crimson to purple. In the garden, as a cut flower, or in a dried-arrangement, these flowers last for a long time. It grows 24 to 30 inches tall and blooms in July. Its hardiness zone is 4 to 9.
These bulbs begin shipping in the fall.</strong
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