|carinatum pulchellum - purple stems support the graceful reddish violet, pendulous, quarter sized flowers; produces great perennial clumps; 20"-24"; whz 5-8; mid summer; naturalizes in meadow or rock gardens; Heirloom; 1810; (topsize bulbs).|
Ornamental onions perform beautifully, blooming very late spring; they add a different, spectacular or architectural dimension to the garden; many suitable for Heirloom gardens and sunny, well-drained meadow; also wonderful cut and dried flowers; Giant (volleyball-softball), 1 per sq. ft.; Large (baseball-tennis ball), 5 per sq. ft.; Small(golf ball - marble), 10 per sq. ft.; whz 4-8.
Allium - carinatum pulchellum