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- North U.S. native wildflower
- Low grassy clump, bearing upright stems with tiny bell-shaped clusters of soft pink to lilac flowers in late spring.
- Foliage dies back in late summer
Interesting Notes about Allium cernuum:
Host to the Hairstreak Butterfly Caterpillar
Found in prairies, rocky outcrops and at the edge of dry open woodlands in the Eastern and Western United States and Canada.
Characteristics & Attributes
- Attracts Butterflies
- Attracts Pollinators
- Ground Cover
- Self seeds in optimum conditions
- Cut Flower/Foliage
- Low Maintenance
- can be planted under Black Walnut Trees
- Disease Resistant
- Dried Flower/Foliage
- Rock Garden
- Drought Tolerant
- Deer Resistant
- Sun/ pt.shade
Season of Interest (Flowering):
- Moist, Well-Drained