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3361 Allium amplectens -- Each: $ 3.50
This pretty little California native has umbels of pale pink stars.
Prefers a dry situation.
3364 Allium abramsii -- Not available this year
NEW -- An outstanding Allium with dense clusters of deep purple flowers.
3363 Allium cratericola -- Not available this year
NEW -- One of my favorite native Alliums. Wayne Roderick said they
looked like 'pink bon-bons' scattered across the scree.
3362 Allium crenulatum -- Each: $ 3.00
NEW -- Known as the Olyumpic Onion, this rare species comes from the Olympic
mountains of Washington state. Very pretty.
3365 Allium crispum -- Each: $ 3.00
NEW -- Open umbels of deep magenta. Small bulbs.
3360 Allium dichlamydeum ---- Each: $ 3.50/3 for $ 9.00
Dense umbels of a brilliant pink make this allium one of the showiest. Stems are 6-10”.
Only hardy to zone 8.
3370 Allium falcifolium ---- Each: $3.50
NEW -- This wonderful small Allium has sickle-shaped leaves and large reddish-purple
heads on 2-3" stems. Excellent for rock garden or container. Zone 5-9.
3390 Allium hyalinum ---- Each: $ 2.00 / 4 for $ 6.00
A rose-pink selection of this pretty Allium, with flowers that look as though they
had been varnished. Tolerates wet conditions. Grows 8-12" tall. Zone 7-9.
Naturally tiny bulbs.
3380 Allium haematochiton --- Each: $ 3.00
Dense umbels of white flowers with dark pink mid-veins on 10” stems.
3385 Allium platycaule --- Each: $ 4.50
A stunning Allium from the Sierra Nevada mountains where it grows
in scree at elevations of 6-8000'. The flowers are a brilliant metallic pink.
3400 Allium unifolium ---- Each: $ 2.00 / 4 for $6.00
A beautiful native allium that is very adaptable, tolerating both shade
and summer water. The bright pink umbels are held on tall 12-24” stems. A superb
allium for the garden. Naturally small bulbs.
A very large genus that includes many highly attractive species from the Western U.S. that are rarely seen in
cultivation. In their characteristics and requirements they are so variable that generalization is not possible.
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