Allium acuminatum (Hooker's or Tapertip Onion)

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Allium acuminatum (Hooker's or Tapertip Onion)

Zone: 4 - 9
Natural Range: PNW; British Columbia, Washington, Oregon
Soil: moist, summer dry, well drained
Light: part shade, Sun
Height: 6" - 8" tall

Attributes: Deciduous. Blooms late spring to early summer.  Each stem holds 10 - 40 magenta flowers.  The foliage emerges early in the spring and disappears as the blooms start to emerge.  Summer dormant.

Notes:  These Alliums are perfect for the rock garden, or the edge of a shady garden.  Allow these to go summer dormant.

Companion plants:  Erythronium, Dichelostemma, Camassia, Triteleia, Brodiaea, Fritillaria, Lewisia, Aquilegia.

Allium acuminatum (Hooker's or Tapertip Onion)

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Allium acuminatum (Hooker's or Tapertip Onion)

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