Drumstick Allium: the drumstick allium has 1" egg-shaped flowers in summer that start off green, then bloom and develop to pink and then clover red-purple. These plants are attractive in a bed or border, especially peeking up through other plants, such as roses, so that their nondescript foliage is hidden. Their vertical presence and eye-catching flower shape are valuable additions to the garden, and they naturalize freely. Bloom: spring-early summer. 12-24" tall
Butterfly Favorites Collection One plant each of: Achillea 'Gold Plate', with bright gold domes of flowers. Buddleia davidii Peacock™ ('Peakeep'), scented blooms of rich pink . Echinops ritro ruthenicus, a Globe Thistle with large, rich blue, globe-shaped flower heads.