Allium robustum

Allium robustum - a little known (thus expensive) species, perhaps related to A. atropurpureum. In A. robustum the tight, domed heads are strikingly hued cherry red, noticeably dark wine red in bud, but opening to a lively cherry red when open. The central ovaries are dark grayish. Blooms in June, on stems that varied from 18"-24" (45-60 cm). Photo by Mark McDonough.

Allium robustum, Mark McDonough
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