Allium stellatum

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Essentially a non-nodding, central-U.S. version of the more easterly Allium cernuum, prairie onion produces spheres of lilac-pink flowers through much of summer. It's likes arid habitats, both in the wild and in cultivation, but is also fine in average soil.

Sun; average to dry soil (drought tolerant); 15"x12"; summer; Zone 3

Propagated from seed; deep 3.5-inch pots

Photo: bvanderweide