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Allium - Vineale Dready

Allium - Vineale Dready

Regular price $4.95
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Includes: 20 Allium bulbs

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SKU: 30118-20

Bright & Bizarre Allium Bulbs for Sale | Vineale Dready

If a picture is worth a thousand words, these images are more than enough to write a whole Dr. Seussian novel! As you can see, Allium Vineale Dready is an utterly bizarre, fantastical, wonderfully weird variety. The flowers start as petite purple globes atop straight stems before producing long green tendrils that stretch out and curve around themselves. In a dramatic twist, the masses of dreadlock-like tendrils mature to a vivid red shade over time. Ignored by deer and rabbits, this Allium is drought tolerant and stunning when planted en masse. Plus, these whimsical wonders make fascinating cut flowers with a long vase life. Enjoy!

This product is currently not available to ship to the following states or regions: California.

Easy to Grow Features:

  • Zone: 4-9
  • Height: 12-18 in.
  • Spacing: 4 in.
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Water: Moderate to Low
  • Flowering Time: Summer
  • Flower Color: Green to Red
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  • Planting Depth
  • Planting Proximity
  • Planting Season
  • Plant Benefits
    Attracts pollinators. Low maintenance.
  • Water Quantity
    Low; Moderate with Growth
  • Bloom Season
    Late Spring to Early Summer
  • Sunlight Quantity
    Full Sun
  • Hardiness Zones
    Zones 4-9

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Humpty Dumpty House Gardens
Delightful Dr Seuss Plants!

We planted these way too late at the Humpty Dumpty House Gardens. They didn't come up, and we forgot all about them. Lo and behold, they seemed to spring up out of nowhere the following year. These twisty-turny alliums put smiles on the faces of many of our visitors. Great, easy-to-grow plants that add a dash of spice to a garden bed!

Enjoyed watching through blooming phases

These plants are fun to watch as they go through their blooming phases. They were more spindly than expected. They are actually a form of wild onion from Europe. We have voles in our yard, but I was surprised that three bulbs disappeared because voles aren't supposed to like garlic. I dug up the bulbs after they died back and will replant them in little cages for next year.