Go beyond traditional tulips and daffodils and plant elegant alliums! There are a bounty of different varieties to choose from, here are some of our top picks:
These 4″ pure white blooms are a unique twist on traditional purple allium. Blooms late spring. Ht: 3’
Fill your garden with beautiful white blossoms next spring. The white globes are made up of star-shaped flower clusters with specks of lavender. Blooms are 3 inches wide on very sturdy stems. Ht: 16”
This is the biggest and what many gardeners consider the best Allium yet. Small, silvery purple florets form 8–10″ flower heads. 'Globemaster' gets its size from its Allium cristophii parent, but the florets are packed more densely, creating an imposing and brilliantly colored globe. Late spring. Ht: 3-4’
A fun and bubbly mix of various medium size allium blooms is a nice addition to the late spring garden. White and various shades of purple ball shaped blooms will sit atop tall stems. For best results plant bulbs in groups of 3-5 allium per hole.
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