Allium ‘Species Mix’ Bulbs (25PCS) 4/5

3.50 “Price excl. VAT: 3.08

Alliums are bulbous perennials, Incredibly long-lived, they bloom for weeks on end, bridging the gap between spring and summer.

Alliums do best in a sunny spot in well-drained soil. They’re not fussy about soil type. Plant taller varieties towards the back of a border and shorter-growing types in the front. Alliums are well suited to growing in pots but their strappy foliage can look unsightly after flowering.

Alliums produce foliage before the flowers appear. This often means they’re better suited to the middle of a border where the faded foliage will go unnoticed while the flowers put on a show. To avoid seeing the faded foliage, plant alliums in amongst ornamental grasses and perennials.

For a dramatic display, grow alliums in large drifts through the border or naturalise them in your lawn.

Planting time: September-December
Flowering time: October-December

Availability: 9 in stock

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