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Garden excitement! Intriguing novelty flowers turn from green to burgundy as they mature. Long-lasting 1½" blooms thrive anywhere. The exceptional naturalizers multiply year after year for increased beauty; hummingbirds can't resist them! A favourite in dried arrangements; a vivacious bloom in fresh bouquets.When is the best time to plant drumstick allium bulbs?
Plant drumstick allium bulbs in spring or fall in sandy, well-drained soil that has been amended with compost or organic matter. Drumstick allium plants require full sunlight Avoid damp, poorly drained locations because the bulbs are likely to rot. Plant the bulbs at a depth of 2 to 4 inches.What should I do with my drumstick allium?
Drumstick allium flowers self-seed readily, so deadhead spent blooms if you want to prevent rampant spread. If the clumps are overcrowded, dig and divide the bulbs after the foliage dies down.Are there any edible alliums in the garden?
Ornamental alliums—not to be confused with the edible chives and onions that also belong to the Allium genus—are versatile perennial flowers with a phenomenal shelf life. Are you craving some for your garden?