Nodding Wild Onion

Nodding Wild Onion

Latin Name: Allium cernuum

Type: Forb/Flower

Light: Sun / Part Sun

Moisture: Mesic / Wet-Mesic

Soil: Sand / Loam / Clay

Size: 1-2 feet

Color: White-Pink

Bloom Time: July / August

Description: A very attractive shorter plant that will do very well in an urban landscape. It is easy to grow. Buds nod or bend over at their neck before blooming. The 2-inch ball shaped flower heads are white but can have a pink to lavender cast. Plant in large groups for a stunning display. Plant is edible.