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Alliums provide three-season color for gardens

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Ever dream of having a garden that’s colorful spring through fall? Planting alliums is one way to realize that dream, according to bulb experts. There are dozens of different varieties of alliums (pronounced “al-ee-um”), each with its own special bloom time. By planting several different types, you enjoy six to eight weeks of color, bridging the season from late spring to mid-summer. Also known as ornamental onions, alliums are strong towering plants with sturdy stems ...


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