Giant, Tall and New Allium Cultivar with 6" Blooms
Beautiful Garden Accent/Perfect as a Dried Flower
Deer and Rodent Resistant
This item does not ship to Idaho, Nevada, North Carolina and Oregon
Alliums are in the same family as garlic, onions, chives, and shallots. This makes gardeners wonder if they should include them in their ornamental gardening plans, as it conjures up images of supermarket produce. Alliums rounded blooms make for high drama and interest in the garden because good garden designs are often made up of different shapes, . The Allium group gets more popular annually, from over 300 species to choose. They amaze everyone, and few plants create this kind of wow in the garden.
Allium Ambassador, a newer variety, used as an ornamental, grows 6" perfectly rounded purple spheres atop tall strong stems. Naturalize well, showy and fragrant and best of all is pest resistant.
Growing Instructions: As Alliums do not like wet feet, find a sunny location where the soil drains well. The bulbs will rot in wet areas. Aside from that, almost no maintenance is required.
Tip: Dig, divide, and replant bulbs after a few years of decreasing flower production.