This very special ornamental onion is a plant that most people often do not recognize as an ornamental onion. This species differs from other Alliums but isn?t less spectacular. The Allium Moly should be in every colorful garden. The bright yellow star-shaped flowers show off from late SpringSpring to early summer. How to grow Allium Moly
- Plant the wholesale bulbs from De Vroomen in Fall.
- The bulbs grow best in full sun, but they do appreciate some late afternoon shade in hot summers.
- The Allium Moly tolerates a wide range of soils but grows best in rich, sandy loams.
- Space the bulbs two or three inches apart.
Very Late Spring
Shade, Sun, Sun/Shade
100 Bulbs per Bag
Polinator, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant