Native plant. Blooms June through early fall. Erect stems hold globes of drooping or nodding, white, bell-shaped flowers that turn lilac as they age and form exquisite seed heads.
A member of the lily family, Native Americans and early settlers used nodding onion to flavor food and to treat croup, colic, colds, fevers, kidney stones, dropsy and respiratory disorders. Underrated, underused, charming, valuable and little-known garden plant. Low maintenance.
Approx. 35 seeds per pack