Livens up Any Garden Setting
Unusual allium produces thin, tentacle-like green flowers with red-purple centers from late spring to summer. It's sure to attract attention in the garden as well as fresh floral bouquets. Alliums are easy-care perennials that add interest, texture and color to the garden. They're perfect for pairing with other perennials that have spikelike flowers or large leaves. Butterflies and pollinators are attracted to the flowers while deer tend to avoid. Alliums grow best in sunny to partially shaded areas—and are ideal for borders and rock gardens. After blooming, the foliage should be allowed to die back naturally so the plant can store up energy to produce next year's blooms. Allium 'Hair'