- Easy to grow and return year after year
- Includes 4 types of alliums
- Striking in fresh and dried arrangements
- Attracts pollinators
- Deer tend to avoid
Easy to grow and charming, alliums provide a delightful transition between spring-blooming bulbs, like tulips and daffodils, and summer-blooming perennials, like daylilies and iris. Alliums also add fun and excitement to fresh and dried floral arrangements. Our Deer-Proof Allium for Naturalizing includes four of the best allium species for naturalizing—so you can plant allium bulbs once and enjoy allium flowers for years. The mix includes Allium moly, A. ostrowskianum, A. sphaerocephalo and A. neopolitanum, and the bulbs are labeled. While allium flowers attract pollinators, deer tend to pass them by. Grow 6-18 in. tall.