Ships As: 1 Tray of 25 Perennial Bareroots - Reserved
This variety of allium forms a compact, upright clumps of glossy green, thick and strappy leaves which emit a slight smell of onion when crushed. In late July and August, a profusion of large 2”, bright rosy purple, tightly rounded clusters of flowers appear on strong stems just above the attractive foliage. Butterflies and honeybees adore the flowers' sweet nectar but deer and rabbits steer clear of this perennial beauty. This plant has not been known to reseed in the landscape and is very easy to grow.