Allium Vineale | Allium Hair | Allium Vineale Dready | Wild Ornamental Onion
They say a picture is worth a thousand words... and this one nearly leaves us speechless! Check out this utterly bizarre, fantastical, wonderfully weird allium - possibly the strangest in a widely fabled bunch of Dr. Seussian flowers. The flowers begin as small purple globes atop straight stems. Then each floret begins to develop long, twisting green tendrils that reach out and curve around upon themselves. Over time, they mature to a vivid red. Amazing! Deer and rabbit resistant and drought tolerant, these weird and wonderful blooms are stunning planted en masse, and make fascinating cut flowers with a long vase life. Have fun!
Moderate to Light - drought tolerant once established
Wild Garlic, Ornamental onion bulbs, crow garlic, Hair garlic, field garlicBotanical Name:
Allium Vineale 'Dready'Exposure:
Full sun to partial shadeHardiness:
Bright green tendrils mature to redBloom Season:
10 Allium Vineal Dready bulbs