Allium Cernuum Seeds
USDA Zones: 3 - 9
Height: 12 - 18 inches
Bloom Season: Late spring and summer
Bloom Color: Pink
Environment: Full sun to partial shade
Soil Type: Well-drained, pH 6.6 to 7.5
Deer Resistant: Yes
Deer Resistant: Yes
House Plant: No
Latin Name: Allium Cernuum
Temperature: 64 - 72F
Average Germ Time: 56 - 70 days
Light Required: Yes
Depth: 1/8 inch
Sowing Rate: 6 seeds per plant
Moisture: Keep moist until germination
Plant Spacing: 12 inches
Care & Maintenance: Allium
Nodding Pink Onion (Allium Cernuum) - Lovely in any garden or meadow, Nodding Pink Onion, can easily be grown from flower seeds. Allium Cernuum can typically be found on ledges, in dry meadows, gravel, rocky or wooded slopes. Nodding Pink Onion will produce delicate pink flowers in late spring and will bloom throughout the summer. Allium Cernuum is a wonderful addition to any naturalized setting.
Deer resistant blooms
Nodding Pink Onion is deer resistant but very attractive to pollinators such as honeybees, butterflies, and hummingbirds!
Flower seed | allium cernuum
This flower is distinctive and easy to identify with nodding, pink flowers. Nodding Onion is drought tolerant, and it survives in challenging sites where other plants refuse to live. Native to the United States, 12 - 18 inch Allium Cernuum thrives on rocky areas, dry woodlands, and prairie land that does not receive much water.
Allium Cernuum seeds grow lovely plants among rockery, in the woodland popping up through Carex foliage, nestled up against a tree trunk, or in the sunny rock garden. Allium Cernuum readily reseeds itself and will regrow from its own flower seeds. If this is not desired, deadhead when the flowers fade so its flower seed is not dropped on the ground.
- Sowing Rate: 6 seeds per plant
- Average Germ Time: 56 - 70 days
- Keep moist until germination
- Attracts honeybees, butterflies and hummingbirds
- Depth: 1/8 inch
Grow in fertile, well-drained soil in full sun. Plant bulbs 2 - 4 inches deep in autumn; plant clump-forming species with rhizomes at, or just below, the soil surface in spring. Grow alliums from areas with hot, dry summers in sandy, loam-based potting compost in an alpine house; keep dry when dormant in summer.
- Height: 12 - 18 inches
- USDA Zones: 3 - 9
- Season: Perennial
- Deer Resistant: Yes
- Drought Tolerant: Yes