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Drumstick Allium

Drumstick Allium

Turns from green to burgundy
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Drumstick Allium

Turns from green to burgundy

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  • Unique, oval-shaped flower clusters
  • Up to 40 bell-shaped florets in umbels
  • Returns annually for increased beauty
  • Zone 3-8
  • Height 20 - 24 inches
  • Flowering Date Late spring to early summer
  • Sun Exposure Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Ship As 4-5 CM

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    Product Description

    With such a fascinating form, this novelty flower stands out in a garden planting or cut flower arrangement. It can also pique interest in a dried arrangement. Umbels are 1" across with up to 40 tightly packed bell shaped flowers that turn from green to burgundy as they mature. Hardy bulbs come back year after year for increased beauty. Deer resistant.

    Product Details

    • Botanical Name:

      Allium sphaerocephalon
    • Form: Perennial
    • Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Shade
    • Height/Habit: 20 - 24 inches
    • Spread: 2 - 4 inches
    • Spacing: 2 - 4 inches
    • Hardiness Zone: 3-8
    • Flowering Date: Late spring to early summer
    • Planting Instructions: 3 - 6" deep and 2 - 4" apart.
    • Winter Care: Mulch +/- 2".
    • Shipped: 4-5 CM
    • Growth Rate: Moderate
    • Shipping Season: Fall
    • Flower Color: Purple
    • Flower Form: Ovoid umbels 1" across of up to 40 tightly packed bell-shaped flowers.
    • Foliage Type: Linear, medium green, basal leaves.
    • Pruning: Let foliage die down naturally allowing the bulb to store energy for next year's blooms.
    • Soil Requirement: Loosen soil about 10" and water well after planting.
    • Additional Information: Consider planting with later blooming perennials as the bulbs do dormant for the rest of the growing season and they could hide the yellowing foliage of the bulbs.
    • Restricted States: AE AK GU HI ID PR WA

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