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Allium christophii
Persian Onion

Persian Onion, one of the largest of the ornamental onions, will significantly decline in foliage appearance by mid-summer, and is best sited near later-blooming large perennials (e.g. Daylily, Stonecrop, Bolton's Aster, Ironweed) that will cover or fill its space.


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