Our Favorite Flowers: Allium

Spacey, globe-shaped flowers make this flower pop.
Allium Round and Purple

Allium Round and Purple

Round and Purple Alliums.

Photo by: Image courtesy of Dig. Drop. Done

Image courtesy of Dig. Drop. Done

A member of the onion family, allium blooms in late spring to early summer and prefers well-drained soil and full sun. The globe-like, purple flowers attract butterflies and are also great for cutting. Hardiness depends on the species and cultivar.

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