Allium 'Nigrum' is a robust and frost hardy, it is a clump forming perennial. Nigrum thrives best in half to full sun, in a well-drained soil.It would be Ideal for the herbaceous border. It has vivid white flowers with a green eye in the center, It is slightly bigger than a cricket ball cut in half.
This variety is a true showstopper thanks to its 3-inch-wide globes of rich purple flowers. Blooms late spring to early summer. It is one of the deepest-coloured alliums and is fast becoming one of the true favourites amongst gardeners.
Enormous purple globes, up to 15cm across, make a spectacular addition to sunny borders. Plant them in large groups to make a bold impact statement. Also excellent as a cut flower for great looking displays indoors.
Closely packed star shaped flowers form a showy bold globe of intense white on tall, ribbed, ridged stems and make spectacular displays The flower heads are superb for cut flowers and when dried add extra character to your garden displays.
A most unusual variety, the intense burgundy red flowers with distinctive tufts form dainty white florets at the tips and fade with age. Excellent for Spring borders as a cut flower.
These are bold spheres of richly coloured purple star shaped flowers, Blooms later in June and through to July. These tall stately blooms are superb for borders and cottage type gardens.And will make an eye catching display.
Star shaped clusters of snow white flowers, they are lightly veined lilac with a central purple eye that forms a spherical ball and look spectacular in garden displays set amongst other Alliums.
Allium Globemaster must be the all time ultimate in the allium world, with its truly magnificent, bold ball shaped large pom pom shaped heads produced from hundreds of compact star like flowers