Allium Aflatunense is one of the most popular alliums. Easily grown with its densely packed flower heads of purple florets atop sturdy stems, these beautiful flower seem to float above the rest of plants in area. dense purple or lavender spherical clusters that sit atop two-to-three foot (60 to 90 cm), nearly leafless (except at its base) stems. Blooming in late spring, these dramatic flowers are long-lasting and make a nice transition from the spring to summer. Plant Aflatunense in full sun in gardens, borders and beds. Can be placed between perennials or between low-growing shrubs. Wonderful cut flower. This allium attracts butterflies and bees during flowering. Suitable for naturalising.