Allium tanguticum 'Summer Beauty'

Large purple-pink globular flower clusters over glossy foliage. These beautiful, sterile flowers bloom in summer.
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Allium tanguticum 'Summer Beauty'

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Large purple-pink globular flower clusters over glossy foliage. These beautiful, sterile flowers bloom in summer.

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