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Perennials for Cutting

Allium cernuum

Nodding Onion.
This “wild” onion is distinctive for its nodding umbels of pinky lavender flowers. Native to the Ozark Mountain, Allium cernnum is attractive to butterflies and bees, is deer resistant and grow 12-18” (less frequently to 24”) tall. Easy peasy and drought tolerant.
Genus Allium
Common Name Nodding Onion.
Hardiness Zone 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Light Requirements Part Sun, Full Sun
Seasonal Interest Summer
Season of Blooming Summer
Use Bed, Cutting, Naturalizing, Ornamental, Crevice/Rock Garden, Massing
Special Attributes Native Plant, Pollinator Friendly, Hummingbird Attracting, Deer Resistant, Cold Hardy, Heat Tolerant, Drought Tolerant, Easy Care
Color Lavender, Pink