Loose heads of lavender-pink flowers touched with white. A lovely gem for the flower or herb garden. Allium unifolium is edible. The young foliage can be used in place of chives. Native Americans in California and Oregon ate the bulbs. Deer Resistant
Note: Alliums are resistant to deer, but rodents such as voles and gophers may eat the bulbs.
|2016 Catalog:||Page 137|
|Bloom Time:||Very Late|
|Density:||20-24 per sq. ft.|
|Western Zone:||to 10|
We have finished shipping for Fall 2015 planting. The next time for planting tulips, daffodils and other spring flowering bulbs is Fall 2016. We expect to start taking online orders for Fall 2016 delivery and planting on March 19, 2016.