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Nodding Onion

Nodding Onion

Allium cernuum 


Flower stems bend just below the cluster of lavender flowers, giving the plant its common name. The ribbon-like leaves are long and graceful.  A compact, showy and care-free addition to any sunny garden. Drought tolerant. Fairly uncommon in the remaining prairie remnants of southwest Ontario, but becoming popular with gardeners.

  • Characteristics

    Type: Perennial Blub

    Height: 8-10 Inches

    Blooms: June to July

    Bloom Colour: Lavender

  • Growth Conditions

    Light: Full Sun

    Soil: Moist to Dry, Average & Sandy/Gravel Soil

    Habitat: Rich Deciduous Woods

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