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Spherical pinky-purple flower heads in mid to late summer on a compact plant, with almost fully evergreen dark green strap-like foliage. This is a perennial form of Allium and produces new bulbils...
This Allium has to be one of the most popular early summer flowering bulb forms with its dramatic pinky-purple starburst flowers the size of tennis balls.
As its common name 'mountain garlic' suggests Allium lusitanicum is naturally found in alpine meadows, forming clumps of neat pale purple flowers that butterflies love.
Small round pale purple flower heads sit on top of strap-like mid green leaves in tidy clumps. It is a late summer to autumn flowering variety which attracts bees and butterflies
Commonly known as the Drumstick Allium or Giant Chive, the flowers are elliptical in shape and appear from mid to late summer,... Available for Mail Order from Feb - Mid May
A delightful spring flowering ALLIUM, it forms a loose umbel of nodding cool white bell-shaped flowers, each set with lime green stamens, above a mound of arching fresh green strappy foliage.