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Generally alliums prefer good drainage and a sunny aspect. The smaller types are most suitable for the rockery, whilst the larger forms are better planted in borders and look especially attractive planted in a clump. The planting depth of the bulbs vary from say 5cm for the smaller tuft forming plants to some 10cm for the larger decorative forms.

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Allium carinatum var pulchellum

Many umbels of purple-pink flowers, occasionally white on stems to 40cm in autumn. Good late flowering period, our plants always attract great numbers of bees & butterflies during their long flowering period.

Dispatched September to October.

Allium carinatum var pulchellum

5 or more - £ 0.70 each
10 or more - £ 0.60 each
25 or more - £ 0.55 each


Allium cyathophorum var. farreri

A fine dwarf species with deep wine coloured bell-shaped flowers on stems to 20cm, can seed freely around the mother bulbs but not so to become invasive. Suitable for scree, trough or raised bed. Native of Kansu, China.

Dispatched September to October.

Allium cyathophorum var. farreri

5 or more - £ 0.60 each
10 or more - £ 0.56 each
25 or more - £ 0.52 each


Allium paradoxum var. normale

Dwarf plant with umbels of relatively large pure white flowers on stems to 20cm in March-April.

Dispatched September to October.

Allium paradoxum var. normale

5 or more - £ 0.60 each
10 or more - £ 0.55 each
25 or more - £ 0.52 each


Allium senescens

Compact tufts of narrow leaves and umbels of pretty pink flowers on 20cm stems in profusion. A beautiful plant, flowering in summer that always attracts many butterflies and bees.

Dispatched September to October.

Allium senescens

3 or more - £ 1.00 each
10 or more - £ 0.80 each


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