The short-stemmed, rumpled and long-beaked Asiatic (Asian Tempest).
The double twisting, pretzeling Porcelain (German Hardy).
A variation on the Porcelain (Music).
The three quarter looped Purple Stripe (Chesnok Red).
The corkscrew, double-looping Rocambole (Russian Red).
There are scapes produced by the Turban and Creole varieties, of which I have no current photos. There are also scapes produced by the Marbled Purple Stripe variety, but they tend to look just like the regular Purple Stripe. And sometimes, just sometimes, an Artichoke or Silverskin will push up a scape of relative insignificance.