Answer: It depends on the species. Some allium are propagated by division, but many produce seeds, which will self-sow if left to dry and fall naturally, or you can gather them by shaking the dried flower head into a paper bag. Sow them immediately, or store in a cool, dry place at 41 degrees F to sow next spring. Finally, if you have a sterile hybrid, the seeds won't germinate.
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