Schubertii Allium

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For planting in Fall of 2023
Shipping starts the last week of September!!


Schubertii Allium is an extraordinary and unusual heirloom bulb that has been growing in gardens since the late 1800's. Spherical umbels are formed from dozens of petite star-shaped lilac-hued flowers that burst outward, looking as if they exploded open. After blooming, seed heads remain and offer ornamental appeal for the garden, floral arrangements, and crafting projects. Also known as a tumbleweed onion, its dried heads fall off and get swept away by the wind, spreading its seeds by tumbling around. 

          1 order (3 bulbs)         
1 order - $9.95
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Allium schuberti

Perennial, zones 5-8

Bulb Planting Depth: 6-8”

Height: 16-20”

Spacing:  1 bulb per square foot, 8-12” apart

Light Needs: Full sun 

Soil Needs:  Average to Fertile, well-drained

Bloom Time:  Early summer

Uses:  Flower beds, containers, naturalizing, borders, fresh or dried flower arrangments, attracts pollinators and butterflies, deer resistant, drought tolerant 

Care:  Amend soil with compost before planting bulbs. Feed with a granular flower bulb fertilizer at planting time and/or in the spring when the leaves emerge. Leaves wither and die as they bloom. Will produce small bulbs, “offsets” that can be divided from the main bulb and transplanted after a few growing seasons.