Allium - Top 10 Plants for Seaside Gardens - Coastal Living Allium's includes purple and sky-blue varieties, as well as chives. Because their scent is oniony rather than floral, they repel animals. Good drainage is important.
Allium, Rosenbachianum Mix Large globes that are the earliest to flower. This is a brilliant mix for the beginner bulb gardener. easy to grow Perennial, these alliums produce globes of star-shaped flower heads in purple, white and blue.
Aflatunense One of the most common types, this winner offers dense globes to 4 inches wide of pink-purple flowers. Name: Allium aflatunense Bloom Season: Late spring or early summer Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 3 feet tall
Bearing bright pink fragrant flowers in mid-spring and continuing off and on through fall, 'Fire Witch' dianthus packs a lot of color in a small plant. This selection is wonderful for the front of the sunny border, or edge a pathway.