50 count. Allium moly is known as Golden Garlic or Lily Leek. This species is an exceptionally cheery border perennial. Its golden yellow, starry flowers appear in clusters on 10–15″ stems above handsome, dark green foliage. The late May bloom is a burst of sunshine regardless of what the heavens are doing. Plant bulbs closely together in clumps (plan on 5–10 bulbs per sq ft.) among perennials. The leaves of the Allium will go dormant later in summer, when the perennials are in their prime.