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Drumstick Allium

Drumstick Allium (31108)

4.70 stars, based on 10 reviews
Also called Drumstick Allium as this is what the shape of the flowers of these ornamental onions look like. Both the purple-red flowers and chives-like leaves are very decorative and good companions to perennials like Astrantia, Geranium and...
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Alliums

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Planted these last year and then received more as a bonus! Cute little , dependable flowers!

Olympic Peninsula

Delightful Drum Sticks

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This is my second order of the Drum Sticks. This time I am putting them in a church garden. I had actually forgotten all about them last year. Then WOWZA! Each and every bulb produced a flower that lasted months. The height was a wonderful eye catcher in my border garden. The value was amazing for the high yield and color.

Washington DC

Drumstick Alium

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Great value for what I hope will be an unusual flower. Arrived as promised in October in packaging with helpful planting depth. Hopefully squirrels won't get them before the spring.

drumstick allium

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  • price quality
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  • very few duds

i ordered two bags of 25 bulbs. 90% of them were prime lovely. they were considerably nicer and less expensive than the others that i ordered from a different company.


Drumstick Allium

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  • Bee magnet
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The drumstick allium get a lot bigger than they look in the pictures. I thought they would be small and put them at the front of a flower bed, but they got really tall (tall as a Gladiator allium, except more floppy, not straight), so I dug them up and moved them to the back of a bed. The bees LOVED them and the flowers lasted a long time.

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