Allium flavum ssp. tauricum 'Orangeade'
'Orangeade' is the dwarf plant in the center, with medium
"school bus" orange flowers It is lower growing than most
tauricums, only 4" - 5" tall in flower, with a semi-prostrate
growth habit. In my seedling trials, I'm searching for
compact plants that "clump up" well, and have
distinctive or unusually hued flowers.
Growing near 'Orangeade" are 1 and 2 year old
seedlings in a variety of interesting colors. On the
right is a short row of the cultivar named 'Cinnamon'.
For another good dwarf orange seedling, see the
cultivar tentatively named 'Orange Parasol'.
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