Who could resist the perfect upright blooms of Alliums! Planted now they will put on a show of glorious purple flowers that attract bees and other pollinators in May/June.
Alliums will grow in a wide range of soils provided there is good drainage. Although they like sunshine, flowers will last longer in partial shade.
Plant in groups in borders or use for naturalising, leaving in to flower year after year.
Late planting in autumn prevents bulbs from making early shoots which can be damaged by frost.
Ideal as cut or dry flowers.
Flowering height: 90cm (36").
RHS Award Of Garden Merit.
RHS Plants For Pollinators.
BULBS MUST NOT BE EATEN.