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‘Geisha’ Allium is an Award Winner

We ask a lot of our plants. We want them to be easy going, attractive and, if they are edible, to bring something different to the table. ‘Geisha’ allium does all that and more. It is a vigorous grower that brings a “just right” garlic flavor to any dish. Its glossy leaves are elegant and when it blooms it attracts butterflies in droves.

Allium tuberosum

Class: Chives, garlic
Variety: ‘Geisha’
Genus: Allium
Habit: Upright
Height: 10–24 inches
Spacing: 10–12 inches
USDA Zones: 3-9

This attractive plant is described as having slightly wider and flatter leaves topped with pretty white flowers. It can be grown in the garden or a container. This perennial prefers full sun, with average water.

Photo Courtesy of All American Selections