Allium - Moly
The Allium 'Moly', 'Allium', a fall planted ornamental onion bulb, will produce yellow flowers. The Molly is a profusely flowering, bright yellow allium species. Its gray-green leaves remain attractive for a fairly long period. The blossoms come in clusters, naturalize, and spread. They are easy to grow. They are great for ornamental value and widely used for both landscape and cut flower purposes. The blooms are pleasantly fragrant and this plant is an easy and prolific addition to the garden. Plant in groups of ten or more for an eye catching focal point. Divide mature clumps in August if areas become overcrowded. Alliums prefer to be dry during their dormancy.
The Allium Molly is ideal for containers, mass plantings, borders, and cut flowers. These plants are rabbit, squirrel, and deer resistant. Molly has a bloom period of about 3 weeks and they bloom in late spring to early summer.
|Mature Height||10 - 14 inches|
|Moisture||Average, Well Drained|
|Mature Form||Upright, Spikes|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun - Partial Sun|
|Bulb Spacing||4 - 5 inches|