Allium Drumstick | Allium Sphaerocephalon
Many members of the allium family are bold, in-your-face types, the sort that covets the limelight. Drumstick alliums are instead marvelous team players, blending well with brights and pastels and happily introducing a splash of rich wine and a graceful oval form. Economical and easy to incorporate into both gardens and bouquets from southern California to Maine, this low maintenance beauty belongs in every garden. And did we mention that these are also deer and rodent resistant, as well as attractive to butterflies?
Moderate to Light - drought tolerant once established
Ornamental onion, Drumstick alliumBotanical Name:
Oval wine balls of tiny florets, 1" acrossBloom Season:
Early summerBulb/Plant Size:
6+ cm bulbsNumber:
20 allium bulbs