Allium Small Flowering Mixed

£5.99

Allium Small Flowering Mixed

Alliums, also known as ornamental onions, are grown for their showy flower heads, which come in wide range of sizes and shades of blue, purple, pink, white and yellow. Even when the plants die back, the dried flower heads look attractive in the garden, or they can be cut for an indoor display. These dainty Alliums flower from May to June. They are great choice for rockeries or the front of the border, or patio pots. Height 30-60cm. 5cm+ Bulbs supplied

(Pack of 50)

£5.99

(B9182)

(Pack of 200)

£11.98

(E9182)

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Flowering Time

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

Key Product Information

Season Interest Summer
Flower Colour MIXED
Foliage Colour GREEN
Delivery Delivery from mid August/September
Season Interest

Summer

Flower Colour

MIXED

Foliage Colour

GREEN

Delivery from mid August/September

Plant Size

  • Part Shade
  • Sun
  • Container
  • Cut Flower
Planting

Plant three to four times their own depth

Soil Type

Fertile, moist and well drained

Plant in groups 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 MIXED
    Foliage Colour GREEN
    Delivery Delivery from mid August/September
    Season Interest

    Summer

    Flower Colour

    MIXED

    Foliage Colour

    GREEN

    Delivery

    Delivery from mid August/September

    Plant Size

    • Part Shade
    • Sun
    • Container
    • Cut Flower
    Planting

    Plant three to four times their own depth

    Soil Type

    Fertile, moist and well drained

  • Instructions
  • Plant in groups 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.