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Alliums

Low-growing Alliums

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Low-growing Allium
‘Cameleon’ Flowering Onion Ordering closed for the season
6404 Allium oreophilum Bright rosy-pink florets change to white with rose midribs over time. Many show both colors at once, giving an overall pale pink... read more

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Low-growing Allium
Blue-of-the-Heavens Flowering Onion Ordering closed for the season
6401 Allium caeruleum Gorgeous flax-blue florets form 1½" dense umbels. Hardy variety from Siberia formerly called formerly called Allium azureum,... read more

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Low-growing Allium
Lily Leek Ordering closed for the season
6402 Allium moly Flowering onion with bright yellow 2-3" upright umbels, naturalizing easily in sunny borders, rock gardens, light woods and under... read more

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Low-growing Allium
Pink Lily Leek Ordering closed for the season
6403 Allium oreophilum Bright fuchsia-rose florets with darker midribs are held in a 2" semi-loose umbel. Lightly fragrant florets are larger than... read more

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Low-growing Allium
Small Allium Mix Ordering closed for the season
6405 Allium A fragrant mix of three of the smaller flowering onions. The yellow Lily Leek Allium moly, the rosy Pink Lily Leek Allium oreophilum, and... read more

Medium-height Alliums

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Medium-height Allium
‘Purple Sensation’ Flowering Onion Ordering closed for the season
6408 Allium x hollandicum Dense 3–4" ball of deep violet-purple florets on sturdy stems. Wonderful as a cutflower, or lined along a walkway, or grouped... read more

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Medium-height Allium
‘Graceful Beauty’ Ordering closed for the season
6407 Allium White florets have pink mid-ribs and stigma, with lavender anthers. Medium-dense 2" ball laden with florets looks mostly white, but en... read more

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Medium-height Allium
Drumsticks Ordering closed for the season
6410 Allium sphaerocephalon Dense ovoid 1–2" heads have a haunting color that’s hard to describe: burgundy, dark reddish maroon, or maybe violet-red.... read more

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Medium-height Allium
Sicilian Honey Garlic Ordering closed for the season
6409 Allium siculum This rugged beauty bears up to 30 delicate pendent bell-shaped ½–1" flowers on 2" pedicels, forming 4–5" spreading umbels, at the... read more

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Medium-height Allium
Star of Persia Flowering Onion Ordering closed for the season
6406 Allium christophii The largest flower umbel of the genus, though not as dense as others, giving it a light airy appearance. Starry silvery... read more

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Medium-height Allium
Wild About Alliums Mix Ordering closed for the season
6411 Allium A half dozen or more kinds of medium to medium-tall alliums in colors of violet, purple, blue and white; 2–4" sweet-scented umbels in early... read more

Tall Alliums

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Tall Allium
‘Globemaster’ Tall Allium Ordering closed for the season
6413 Allium Hundreds of deep lilac florets form a dense 6–8" ball. Magnificent long-lasting sterile flowers never fail to impress. Makes a remarkable... read more

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Tall Allium
‘Mount Everest’ Tall Allium Ordering closed for the season
6414 Allium Like a giant 6" snowball on a stake. Sturdy, vigorous, and long-lasting, it’s the best all-white tall allium. Really shines. A pure white... read more

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Tall Allium
Allium Giants Mix Ordering closed for the season
6416 Allium With up to five different medium-height to extra-tall flowering alliums in this mix, we hope you enjoy these giants of the allium world.... read more

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Tall Allium
Giant Flowering Onion Ordering closed for the season
6412 Allium giganteum Densely packed 5–6" head of violet-purple florets opens atop a 3½–4' sturdy flower stalk. The tallest allium, it needs shelter... read more

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Tall Allium
Showy Persian Onion Ordering closed for the season
6415 Allium rosenbachianum Big ebullient 4–5" dark-violet flowerheads comprised of up to 50 starry florets with delicate white stamens. Extend the... read more

Garlic

Garlic Sampler

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Garlic Sampler - ECO Ordering closed for the season
6236 Allium sativum Not sure what type of garlic to grow? Overwhelmed by the choices? Try our sampler: three bulbs each of four hardneck varieties. Our... read more

Hardneck Marbled Purple Stripe Garlic

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Hardneck Marbled Purple Stripe Garlic
Giant Turkish Red - ECO Ordering closed for the season
6231 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Robust full-bodied garlic flavor and excellent storage qualities make Giant Turkish appealing. Each bulb... read more

Hardneck Porcelain Garlic

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Hardneck Porcelain Garlic
Georgian Crystal - ECO Ordering closed for the season
6221 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon This fine Porcelain type is sure to please those who desire large cloves. Similar in taste to German Extra... read more

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Hardneck Porcelain Garlic
Georgian Fire - Organic Ordering closed for the season
6222 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon We love this fiery Porcelain, with more bite than Georgian Crystal. Its pungent taste is loved by garlic... read more

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Hardneck Porcelain Garlic
Georgian Fire - ECO Ordering closed for the season
6223 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon We love this fiery Porcelain, with more bite than Georgian Crystal. Its pungent taste is loved by garlic... read more

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Hardneck Porcelain Garlic
German Extra-Hardy - Organic Ordering closed for the season
6224 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Selected for size. Big Porcelain bulbs typically yield four huge cloves; range is 3–5. White outer skin, rusty... read more

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Hardneck Porcelain Garlic
German Extra-Hardy - ECO Ordering closed for the season
6225 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Selected for size. Big Porcelain bulbs typically yield four huge cloves; range is 3–5. White outer skin, rusty... read more

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Hardneck Porcelain Garlic
Music - Organic Ordering closed for the season
6226 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Similar to German Extra Hardy, with large succulent cloves. Al Music brought this Porcelain type from Italy to... read more

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Hardneck Porcelain Garlic
Music - ECO Ordering closed for the season
6227 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Similar to German Extra Hardy, with large succulent cloves. Al Music brought this Porcelain type from Italy to... read more

Hardneck Purple Stripe Garlic

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Hardneck Purple Stripe Garlic
Chesnok Red - Organic Ordering closed for the season
6228 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Also known as Shvelisi, the name of the village in the Republic of Georgia where it was collected in the ’80s.... read more

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Hardneck Purple Stripe Garlic
Chesnok Red - ECO Ordering closed for the season
6229 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Also known as Shvelisi, the name of the village in the Republic of Georgia where it was collected in the ’80s.... read more

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Hardneck Purple Stripe Garlic
Duganskij - ECO Ordering closed for the season
6230 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Also known as Samarkind and Persian Star, though originally from Kazakhstan. Late-maturing Duganskij (dew-gan... read more

Hardneck Rocambole Garlic

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Hardneck Rocambole Garlic
German Red - Organic Ordering closed for the season
6232 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Has red-burgundy skin and light brown cloves, with double cloves common. 6–12 cloves per bulb. Stores well up... read more

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Hardneck Rocambole Garlic
Italian Easy Peel - ECO Ordering closed for the season
6233 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon The name says a lot about this fine variety originally from northern Italy, with 6–9 easy-peeling cloves. It... read more

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Hardneck Rocambole Garlic
Russian Red - Organic Ordering closed for the season
6234 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Named for its mottled burgundy skin, and said to have been brought to the Pacific Northwest by Russian... read more

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Hardneck Rocambole Garlic
Russian Red - ECO Ordering closed for the season
6235 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Said to have been brought to the Pacific Northwest by Russian immigrants in the early 1900s, and so named for... read more