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Allium alitissimum 'Goliath' is the tallest of all ornamental onions at 5-6 feet with large, warm purple spheres.

Allium 'Forelock' is a special purple-burgundy selection with fragrant drumsticks on tall stems.

Allium 'Red Mohican' is a special purple-red selection with fragrant drumsticks on tall stems.

Allium ampeloprasum, wild leek, is where leeks, elephant garlic, and pearl onions come from. It can bloom at 6 feet high!

Allium amplectens 'Graceful Beauty' has pure white flowers with purple anthers forming heads about 3 inches across.

Glowing magenta-purple-red flower heads the size of tennis balls!

Allium atropurpureum has many star shaped, warm purple florets held in upward facing half domes about the size of a tennis ball.

Allium 'Red Eye'/'Silver Spring' has tight heads of fragrant, white, star-like flowers with dark purple ovaries surrounded by a flush of pink.

Allium beesianum is a rare species from China with blue, nodding umbels above grass-like foliage.

Allium caeruleum has royal blue flowers and hails from central Asia, western Siberia and China.

Allium caesium is a rare ornamental onion with large 4 inch wide, sky blue to milky royal blue spheres held on stems to about two feet tall.

Allium carinatum ssp. pulchellum 'Album' offers pure white fireworks of small florets in the summer garden

Allium carinatum ssp. pulchellum looks like fireworks of rosy-purple florets in the summer garden.

Allium 'Rosy Dream' produces distinctive, fuzzy, lavender pink (rather than purple or white) spherical flower heads on stems about 12-18 inches high.

Allium cernuum is a light pink nodding onion native to BC that is extremely hardy, edible, and deer resistant.

Allium cernuum 'White Dwarf' is a compact form of the BC native with exquisite, pure white flowers on shyly nodding heads to 8-10 in. high.

Allium cernuum 'White Master' is a taller, white form of the B.C. native with exquisite, nodding flowers.

Allium chloranthum is a rare species from Lebanon and southern Turkey with open flower heads like exploding fireworks of yellow to greenish yellow.

Allium convallarioides is a rare species with delicate, bell-shaped, white flowers held in a loose sphere.

Allium cristophii looks like a firework of tiny lavender pink flowers exploding in heads up to 15 inches wide!

Allium cyaneum forms clumps of violet blue, pendant shaped flowers above fine foliage in June and July.

Allium cyathophorum var. farreri resembles our native A. cernuum but with darker, rose pink to purplish pink flowers.

Allium falcifolium has unique scythe-like leaves and magenta-red flower heads. Great for the front of the border.

Allium flavum has open flower heads like exploding bright yellow fireworks.

Allium giganteum has huge, tightly formed, round, softball-sized inflorescences comprised of small lilac purple florets on tall stems.