Allium convallarioides is a rare species with delicate, bell-shaped, white flowers held in a loose sphere.
Allium convallarioides is rarely found in cultivation and hails from the Ukraine, Turkey, and Crimea. It has delicate, bell-shaped, white flowers held in a loose sphere offering a different look from the more starry floreted species. The flowers are held atop somewhat inflated, blue-green leaves and stems. Hardiness of zone 5 is a safe guess. It is possibly hardier. Available in fall as dry bulbs and sometimes in spring as potted plants.
Common Name: Lily-of-the-Valley Onion
Family: Amaryllidaceae (The Amaryllis Family)
Zone Hardiness: 5-9
Light: Full Sun, Part Sun
Primary Bloom Colour: White/Cream
Secondary Bloom Colour:
Bloom Time: Spring
Soil Moisture: Dry, Average
Deer Resistant: Unknown
BC Native: No
Native Habitat: Rocky habitats, garigue, and steppe prairies.
Geogrpahical Origin: Europe and Africa - Europe and Western Russia
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