• Allium Aflatunense

    A majestic plant for your late spring garden! This sun loving, drought tolerant variety produces lilac-purple coloured flowers up to 15cm in diameter. It will cause a sensation in your garden when the large ball shape flowers begin to appear. Unfailingly spectacular! Be sure to plant among other perennials that also have good structure.

  • Allium Christophii

    Huge globes of small, star-shaped, pinkish-purple flowers appear in summer above narrow, grey-green leaves. In bloom these fabulous globes - up to 20cm (8in) in diameter - have a metallic sheen. The faded flowerheads hold up well in the border and are useful for dried flower arrangements. Perfect for a sunny site, dotted in small groups among ornamental grasses, or as part of a Mediterranean scheme. Alliums look best planted between medium-sized herbaceous plants, which help to mask the strap-like leaves, which fade by the time the flowers appear.

  • Allium Giganteum (single)

    Onion. A bulbous perennial with strap-shaped leaves. Dense ball of star-shaped, lilac-pink flowers. Height 1.4m. Spread 15-20cm. Flowers from May to July. Deciduous. Hardy. Plant in hole large enough to avoid disturbing root ball.

  • Allium Gladiator (single)

    Allium Gladiator is one of the tallest varieties of alliums as it stands at 1.5m tall. Its spherical blooms of mid-Purple flowers sit on strong stems and will flower for 5 weeks long from May onwards.

  • Allium Globemaster (single)

    Allium globemaster produce purple flowers which get to 80cm in height around May/June. Alliums will grow in a wide range of soils provided there is good drainage. They like sunshine but the flowers will last longer in partial shade.

  • Allium Karataviense

    A fine, easy to grow species with very broad, ornamental, flat, blue-green leaves and producing dense, whitish, pink to rose, globular heads of flowers in spring. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it its prestigious Award of Garden Merit (AGM).

  • Allium Molly

    Allium Molly is a clump-forming, bulbous perennial with grey-green strap-shaped leaves and umbels of golden yellow, star-shaped flowers on wiry stems in early summer.

  • Allium Mont Blanc (single)

    'Mont Blanc' is a bulbous perennial with glossy, strap-shaped, deep green basal leaves and, from late spring into summer, sturdy, erect stems bearing dense, rounded umbels of star-shaped, creamy-white flowers.

  • Allium Multibulbosum

    Large umbell of white florets with a pink cast to it, striking green eye in each floret, golden yellow with very prominent anthers and a faintly sweet fragrance. The plant is 2.5 to 3 feet tall. Foliage and stem emerge relatively late, in April. Flowers produce a lot of nectar, prolific grower, also from seed. Needs to be thinned every third or fourth year.

  • Allium Neapolitanum

    Open clusters of pure white flowers appear in late spring or early summer, creating a soft, lacy effect. The flowers last for ages after being cut and the bees will find them very attractive, so try to plant them in large numbers. In smaller gardens, they look great in pots where they can sit on a sunny patio.

  • Allium Oreophilum

    Allium Oreophilum is a low-growing bulbous perennial with strap-shaped leaves. In late spring or early summer, it bears clusters of dainty rose-pink flowers.

  • Allium Purple Sensation

    Allium Purple Sensation produces globe-like blooms in a stunning lilac-purple colour. It will produce flowers at 10cm in diameter and will reach 80cm in height. Plant in clumps anywhere in the border. They are best left undisturbed where they will naturalise and multiply. Flowers early June.

  • Allium Schubertii

    Onion. A bulbous perennial, bright-green leaves, that die back before flowering. Bears umbels, Star-shaped pale purple flowers. Height 25-60m. Spread 20cm. Flowers from May to June. Deciduous. Hardy.

  • Allium Simply Classy (qty x 12)

    Medium to high growing and long lasting. Prefers sun and partial shade. Flowers March/June.

  • Allium Sphaerocephalum

    Small, egg-shaped, claret-coloured flowerheads appear like drumsticks on tall, slender stems above strap-like, mid-green leaves in mid- to late summer. Planted en masse in a border in full sun, these diminutive claret flowers look great emerging from a screen of foliage, or against a backdrop of ornamental grasses. They gently fade as summer comes to a close.

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