Leucojum Aestivum

Leucojum Aestivum

Allium Cristophii

Allium Cristophii

Allium Atropurpureum

The Allium Atropurpureum is a late-flowering ornamental onion which has a special dark purple colour that is rare in nature. The flower is about 7cm in diameter and is very suitable for use as a cutflower, but also in the garden among perennials.

Allium is the botanical name for ornamental onions. Allium means 'sharp', which is very appropriate because of the flavour onions give to dishes. The Allium is a special appearance in the garden and insects, butterflies and bees love the many flowers of the allium.

Alliums are versatile plants that work well in just about any planting scheme. Pair them with grasses in your cottage garden for a loose, romantic feel during summer time. There are a huge variety of alliums to choose from; ranging in colour, height and size of bloom.

They prefer to be grown in the sheltered semi shaded areas of the garden in a well-drained, fertile soil.

Flowering Height: 60cm / 24 inches
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