Allium 'White Cloud' has unusual, fuzzy looking spheres of white flowers opening from buds tinged pink. Rising three feet above the garden, flowers appear in July when other Alliums are fading. Both the elongated sepals, which look like garlic scapes, and dried seed heads are attractive. Few plants can offer the unique flower forms of ornamental onions. Plant in groups of 3, 5, 7 or more for the greatest impact.
Miscellaneous - Garden Origin
Gritty, well drained soil. 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.