Allium Pulchellum(Carinatum)

Allium Pulchellum(Carinatum)

Loose umbels of wide bell-shaped Reddish violet flowers that hang and nod gracefully in the breeze. Also known as keeled garlic it is easy to grow in any fertile well-drained soil. The Latin 'pulchellum' means 'very beautiful', the Royal Horticultural Society furnished Allium carinatum the Award of Garden Merit in 1993. A brilliant and vigorous addition to the summer garden suitable for beds, borders and rockeries. Height 35cm. Flowers July. First grade bulbs supplied.
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Allium Pulchellum(Carinatum)Allium Pulchellum(Carinatum)
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Allium Pulchellum(Carinatum)

Flowering Time

  • J
  • F
  • M
  • A
  • M
  • J
  • J
  • A
  • S
  • O
  • N
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Key Product Information

Season Interest Summer
Flower Colour PINK
Foliage Colour GREEN
Delivery Delivery within 28 days
Season Interest

Summer

Flower Colour

PINK

Foliage Colour

GREEN

Delivery within 28 days

Plant Size

  • Part Shade
  • Sun
  • Container
  • Cut Flower
  • 10cm
Planting

Plant three to four times their own depth

Soil Type

Fertile, well drained soil.

Plant en masse for greatest impact.
Leave untouched for a number of years until the bulbs have multiplied to the extent that flowering potential is impeded.
  • Information
  • Flowering Time

    • J
    • F
    • M
    • A
    • M
    • J
    • J
    • A
    • S
    • O
    • N
    • D

    Key Product Information

    Season Interest Summer
    Flower Colour PINK
    Foliage Colour GREEN
    Delivery Delivery within 28 days
    Season Interest

    Summer

    Flower Colour

    PINK

    Foliage Colour

    GREEN

    Delivery

    Delivery within 28 days

    Plant Size

    • Part Shade
    • Sun
    • Container
    • Cut Flower
    • 10cm
    Planting

    Plant three to four times their own depth

    Soil Type

    Fertile, well drained soil.

  • Instructions
  • Plant en masse for greatest impact.
  • Cultural Instructions
  • Leave untouched for a number of years until the bulbs have multiplied to the extent that flowering potential is impeded.