ALLIUM SEEDS

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  1. ALLIUM SARAWSCHANICUM

    This rare and unusual plant from the mountains of Eastern Europe bears large airy umbels of violet flowers on 80 cm stem, the centres of the flower umbels being a most attractive shade of light green or purple. A choice and not often available specimen, and single bulbs of this scarce plant are very costly indeed. Few fertile seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $4.46

    (10 seeds)

  2. ALLIUM SCHOENOPRASUM FLOWER

    These edible violet flowers attract bees and butterflies, and are often used in ornamental dry bouquets. It is native to Europe, Asia and North America, indeed it is the only species of allium native to both the New and the Old Worlds. ... Learn More

    $2.53

  3. ALLIUM SCHUBERTII

    In May and June this amazing plant bears the largest flowers of all of the allium family with the absolutely enormous 12 to 18 inch heads producing hundreds of rose-pink flowers on stems of different lengths! When the flowers die they are replaced by huge, beach-ball-sized seed heads of radiating stems resembling an exploding firework, which make the most impressive dried flowers. This plant is perfect for front borders or large pots and containers. ... Learn More

    $4.66

    (8 seeds)

  4. ALLIUM SENESCENS

    An unusual ornamental onion with thin, strap-like foliage that tends to twist. It produces up to thirty, large, dense, long-lasting pink or lilac flowers on numerous stems in mid to late summer. ... Learn More

    $3.66

  5. ALLIUM SPHAEROCEPHALON

    This quite unique, summer-flowering plant has straight, slender stems, topped by egg-shaped flower heads as opposed to the usual conical sphere, that start off completely chartreuse-green before turning maroon-claret at the tip and finally becoming overall deep reddish purple. Flowering begins in of July, much later than most purple and lavender alliums and last for many weeks. ... Learn More

    $2.73

  6. ALLIUM SPLENDENS

    Flowering late in the autumn, this unusual, rarely-offered dwarf, has rough-edged linear leaves of blue-green below trusses of rose pink flowers, each of which has a purple stripe on the petals. It will do well in anything from cool and moist to hot and dry, and this free-flowering form is worthy of a space in the rock garden and is even suitable for the smallest of troughs. ... Learn More

    $3.79

    (15+ seeds)

  7. ALLIUM STIPITATUM 'MOUNT EVEREST'

    Large, globular clusters of yellow-eyed, starry white flowers open on long, strong stems in early summer over short-leaved rosettes of strap-shaped, grey-green leaves. One of the larger alliums ideal for a mixed border. ... Learn More

    $3.19

    (15 seeds)

  8. ALLIUM TANGUTICUM

    In early summer large, dense clusters of lavender/purple flowers, which look amazingly like lollipops, open above dark green narrow leaves and it is a good choice for attracting butterflies to your garden. Its relatively fine texture sets it apart from other garden plants with less refined foliage and it makes an excellent cut flower. ... Learn More

    $3.32

    (15 seeds)

  9. ALLIUM UNIFOLIUM

    In spring large heads of pinkish-lilac flowers open on this vigorous plant which is one of the most commonly grown Californian species, where in the wild it grows in moist grasslands. As a landscape bulb as it multiplies rapidly, making colourful spring drifts. ... Learn More

    $3.19

    (15 seeds)

  10. ALLIUM VALIDUM

    Confined to western North America, this rather strange plant bears large tufts of purple flowers in early summer when it is often found in wet meadows from 200 to 3400 meters. It prefers well-drained sandy/loamy soils, and is said to repel insects and moles. ... Learn More

    $3.52

    (10 seeds)

  11. ALLIUM WALLICHII

    A lovely mid-sized allium bearing round umbels of purple-blue flowers in spring and early summer. A lovely specimen, best in good soil in a well-drained spot where it self-seeds gently if you are lucky! ... Learn More

    $3.52

  12. ALLIUM WINKLERIANUM

    Large, chalice-shaped, deep pink-violet-purple blooms are packed together, and open in dense umbels in June and July. The large spherical heads of flowers, all with pointed petals, produce the famed ‘exploding firework’ effect. In the wild these plants grow in Xinjiang, also in Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan..... gosh what a lot of stans!! ... Learn More

    $3.13

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