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.
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.
Allium Cristophii offers star-shape blooms in silver pink on an 8-inch-wide head. It''s especially nice as a dried flower. It: It has large heads and a very distinctive look. Growing conditions: Full sun and well drained soil.
True blue is hard to find among flowers, but look no further, Allium caeruleum has a deep, clear blue colour.Make sure to water well after planting to give your bulbs the best possible start. The tall showy heads are excellent for beds, borders and are great for cut or dried flowers.
One of the most common types, this great looking winner offers dense globes up to 4 inches wide with pink-purple flowers.It's a reliable, showy variety. It makes a great focal point in the garden, best suited to full sun and well drained conditions.
This is a summer-flowering bulbous perennial it has straight slender stems that grow to a height of approx 60 - 90cm (2-3 ft) high. Each stem is topped by a small, egg-shaped flower head that starts off completely green before turns purple at the tip and becoming deep reddish- purple.Becoming more popular now for landscaping and naturalising.
Allium Atropurpureum resembles a fine claret wine withs its dark red colour and will look amazing planted in amongst roses and other shrubs, or in containers. They are very easy to grow that are increasing in popularity. They look great in cut bouquets and make a unique accent in any perennial border.
Though technically not an allium, this close relative is often sold as one.Makes a great addition to your beds and borders. The cascading umbels of the long stalked, bell-shaped flowers with cream, pink and green tints, followed by decorative upright seed pods in late summer make this a true garden favourite.
This is a very popular native variety grown in semi shaded and woodland areas, It produces a round head of star shaped flowers. They are a clear white and are present from April to June. The stem is about 10 to 50cm high and is yellowish-green. The leaves are bright green and quite glossy. But the most distinctive feature of this plant is the strong smell...
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.
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.