431 Allium Home Design Photos

Clinton & Associates, PC Landscape Architects
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Love the onion allium! Do deer and squirrels like these bulbs?
I love the Alliums - what is the other flower shown in the picture?
where can I find artificial alliums for decorating.
And here are more photos from this garden. I love the shot of the alliums mixed with daisies: http://www.houzz.com/projects/2038/Lakeside-Garden
Plant with roses, peonies, iris, dianthus and cranesbill geranium. Another favorite is the yellow allium (allium flavum).
Allium - Ornamental Onion Zone 5-8 Full Sun 1.5-2.5 feet tall Blloms mid to late spring.
Looks like phlox and allium, great combination
Ornamental Onion (Allium ‘Globemaster’) Allium is an unusual yet striking
ornamental onion - allium - full sun
Spheres in NatureNotice how these alliums (Allium spp and cvs, zones 3 to 9) are a focal point, standing out with structural elegance as stars of the garden border.
“Allium” — ceropegia
The New York Botanical Garden
Daylilly Walk with ornamental onions
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Allium hollandicum 'Purple Sensation' Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
Coming in a litte smaller is Allium hollandicum
this aptly named 'Purple Sensation' allium.
For a more formal look, plant that same bulb in rows alongside a path or a driveway. This more manicured look works best with larger-flowering bulbs like Darwin hybrid tulips or tall alliums.
Un peu moins grand, l’Allium hollandicum mesure plus de 60 cm
Coming in a litte smaller is Allium hollandicum 'Purple Sensation' (zones 4 to 8). Over 2 feet tall, it produces 2- to 4-inch flowers. Along this walk at The New York Botanical Garden, the dark purple flowers of Purple Sensation appear to float above the tops of its foliage, guiding visitors along an
“For a more formal look, plant that same bulb in rows alongside a path or a driveway. This more manic” — jtuvell
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Warren Estate
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Hi. I was wondering what TYPE of allium you used here. NICE JOB!
These are Allium 'Globemaster'. It's is by far one of my favorites. Unfortunately it dies off after a few years, and if you want to keep a healthy crop, you should stagger the plantings ever couple of years. They are fairly easy to propagate from divisions. Definitely worth
Purple giant alliums and boxwood coloring so pretty together!
allium for front yard window area
“Love the purple flowers- want these!!!” — karenandcai
Great Oaks Landscape Associates Inc.
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Design/Build Residential Landscape Styles
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Massing hostas, here with allium, is a good way to eliminate lawn
both a place to rest and a place to go. That said, you can accomplish the same thing with repetition. Massed hostas (Hosta spp, zones 5 to 9) and alliums (Allium ‘Purple Sensation’, zones 4 to 9) are repeated here against a long, white picket fence that mirrors the white paint of the house. This harmonious
“Massed hostas (Hosta spp, zones 5 to 9) and alliums (Allium ‘Purple Sensation’, zones 4 to 9) ar” — margielynnj
The New York Botanical Garden
Allium 'Globemaster'
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Botanical name: Allium spp Common names: Allium, ornamental onion
the easiest alliums to grow, Globemaster is a go-to choice for floral architecture.
Allium Globemaster. Grows 3 to 4 ft. tall
Relative to the edible onion, the ornamental allium has been a longtime
Bordering on cartoonish, allium's globular blooms add a new shape to the landscape.
Allium Globemaster - tall w/6-8" clusters
Allium Globemaster, 3-4 ft tall, later in the season, easy to grow.
tallest of the genus, Allium 'Globemaster' (zones 4 to 9) can grow 3 to 4 feet tall. Lavender clusters 6 to 8 inches bloom in late spring and persist well into summer. Described as one of the easiest alliums to grow, Globemaster is a go-to choice for floral architecture.
“allium” — Hilda Rosselli
Little Miracles Designs
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Suburban woodland garden
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Ornamental allium bulbs...add w hostas. Also black mondo grass by cut leaf jap maple and periwinkle planting bed.
Planting notes. I’ve heard alliums described as the perfect low-maintenance perennial bulb
Allium with tall grass in background
Planting notes. I’ve heard alliums described as the perfect low-maintenance perennial bulb. They're hardy, easy-to-grow, spectacular bloomers that return year after year. Plant bulbs in fall, in well-drained, sandy soil. Amend the soil with organic matter before planting.Alliums flower in spring and summer
foliage will die to the ground in all climates, and you can simply let it be. Your alliums will continue to bloom in following years. Clumps can be divided once the beds begin to crowd or when you want to spread alliums to other parts of the garden.More great design flowers:Canna Lily | Catmint | Golden
“alliums” — oceanmama
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Berkeley Courtyard House
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Botanical name: Allium spp Common names: Allium, ornamental onion USDA zones: 3 to 9, depending on species Water requirement: Regular water while blooming Light requirement: Full sun
allium to add a bit of frolic
sunny meadow - allium and silver plants
covers the ground, while purple alliums repeat that globe shape on taller stems. The distant wands of dark purple lavender echo the alliums, adding depth.More:Pavers for the Perfect Patio and PathMagical Garden Paths
Botanical name: Allium sppCommon names: Allium, ornamental onionUSDA zones: 3 to
species to choose from, it can be hard to pin down which allium is right for you. For now, here are three popular and highly rated allium species.
Muted colors. Gray and glaucous foliage planted en masse need not be boring. In the last decade, alliums, especially the large globe varieties, have become
“Our wedding colors” — login4kll
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Belmont Hill Residence
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Indeed--those are Globemaster Alliums. Great spring bulb!
Allium globemaster; stachys byzantina 'silver carpet', chives, salvia 'may night', various kinds of creeping thyme, nepeta 'May Night', and peonies.
Allium globemaster; stachys byzantina 'silver carpet', chives, salvia 'may night', various kinds of creeping thyme, nepeta 'May Night', and peonies.
ear and the visually exciting alliums and foxgloves.
Allium Globemaster - purple whimsey globe
nice path throug the birches and plants catmint (frangrant), alliums, lamb's ear, (soft to touch)
In a colder climate, you also have the perfect opportunity to experiment with a huge variety of purple bulbs and tubers. Alliums, which come in a number of different shades of purple, are always a good choice, or you can go crazy with a mix of purple tulips. Irises, with their
“Woodland gardening south facing” — anchoragebales
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