Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
Chives. A wonderful display of pale purple pom-pom flowers in summer, beloved by bees and a useful herb to boot.
Allium tuberosum 'Cliffs of Dover' produces a multitude of fragrant white flowers from July until September, providing a valuable food source for many pollinators.
A staggeringly architectural plant with royal purple large globe-shaped heads, consisting of hundreds of tiny star shaped flowers....
Calling all ALLIUM lovers - 'Lavender Bubbles' is definitely one to make room for, its deep dusky purple flowerheads providing colour and bold form in the garden from late summer into autumn
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...
Stunning dense spherical flower heads 10cm in circumference filled with individual white star shaped flowers with a hint of green.
The individual light pink flowers on this variety form a sphere like a starburst. The foliage is narrow and mid-green, having a grass-like appearance, with the flowers held well above.
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.
This striking Allium has medium sized spherical flower clusters in early summer, making it brilliant for adding bright purple punctuation to most borders.
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
One of the late season flowering forms of perennial Allium commonly known as German Garlic. It has very pretty low growing grey-blue foliage which is attractive most of the year,