Purple Sensation (Allium) Flower of the day

Even though they're related to edible plants, these ones are not edible!

Purple sensations are tall beautiful relative of onions, leeks, and chives that have taken over many gardens. These popular flowers add a soft lavender color to your landscape. When you plant purple sensations, plant them with other purple sensations for a group effect. These flowers go well with many other colorful perennials, and will rise up over them creating a wonderful period of bloom. Most bloom in late spring so they will bridge the gap between tulip season and early summer peonies. Purple Sensations are easy to grow, and resistant to most threats. They very fragrant as well!

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