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Allium ‘Summer Beauty’

Later flowering than other Alliums. Narrow, glossy green leaves form a neat and tall, upright clump. Globe shaped light pink-purple flowers in Summer. Bulbs have a distinct onion/garlic scent. Attracts lots of pollinators. Creates a wonderful display if planted in masses. Height 70 cm, spread 40 cm. Position in free-draining soil in full sun.

Allium caeruleum

Round ball shaped clusters of tiny deep blue flowers in early Summer. Height 70cm.

Allium cristophii

After the leaves have withered the very, very large violet flowers will be clearly visible as big colour- full balls during Summer, they are truly stunning! Height 40 cm. Spread 20 cm.

Allium Globemaster

The largest Allium available with its giant purple flowerheads 25cm in diameter! Blooms late Spring/ Summer. Plant in full sun. Cut back foliage after flowering once leaves have withered. Height 100cm. Spread 50cm.

Allium holl. Purple Sensation

First grey-green leaves appear, and after these wither the huge flower balls appear. They make a great addition to your border with their deep violet flowers in Summer. Height 90 cm. Spread 40 cm.

Allium Millenium

A later blooming variety with impressive Roses-purple flowers from June-August. Compact clumps of glossy, thick green leaves. Garden plant for flowerbeds, gravel gardens in full sun. Height 60 cm.

Allium sphaerocephalon

Small egg shaped heads of rich blackcurrant coloured flowers in July and August - much later than other Alliums. Height 90cm.

Allium stipitatum Mont Blanc

A tall and elegant Allium. Sturdy stems topped by majestic globes of pure white flowers in late Spring to early Summer. Naturalizes well. Excellent cut or dried flower. Attracts butterflies. Height 120cm.