Allium amplectens

The terminal flowers are in flat-topped clusters of 10-50 flowers with white-pink, papery petals on an erect, green, leafless stem. This onion-scented plant sports a few basal leaves. Blooms from May to June.

Plant Details

Habitat:
Upland Prairie and Savanna
Found in arid regions, that are wet in the late winter and spring, such as dry rocky slopes, and meadows up to elevations of 7000 ft.
Mature Height:
6" - 12"
Shade Preference:
Full Sun,
Soil Tolerance:
well-drained clay soil
Special Uses:
Onion scented. Deer resistant.