Allium cernuum 'White Master' is a taller, white form of the B.C. native with exquisite flowers on shyly nodding heads. Flowers need to be near enough to study, near a path edge or in an open spot in your rockery. The foliage persists after flowering and bulbs will naturalize well. Pollinators love them. Benefits from afternoon shade when grown in hot summer climates. An unusual little gem. Few plants can offer the unique forms o ornamental onions.
Americas - North America
Rocky bluffs, grassy slopes, meadows and open forests in lowland through subalpine zones. With rare exception, Alliums are native to the Northern hemisphere, particularly in Asia and the eastern Mediterranean. Most enjoy sun and dry, well drained mineral soils.