Also called “mouse garlic”. Bees and butterflies are very attracted to the flowers.
Flower Colour: Pink
Size Flower: 5cm/2″
Flowering Time: July/August
Planting time: Autumn
Position: Sun/part shade
Soil type: Fertile well drained
Planting depth: 2x depth of bulb
Sold as: Bulb
Hardiness: Fully hardy
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Shipping of bulbs ordered starts in the beginning of September!
Allium bulbs are ideally planted before the end of November. This will give the bulbs the best chance for growing a good root system before the winter cold set in.
- Plant 3-4 times the depth of the bulb
- In well drained soil
- Sunny light position
- Can be grown in pots and containers
- When planted in pots and containers use a good quality compost and re-pot annually in fresh compost, after flowering season.
- These bulbs are fully hardy
- Avoid poor drained soil/compost and waterlogged conditions, especially during the dormant period after flowering.
- The browning leaves during flowering can be cut off without harming the bulb or flower, although it is always better to leave foliage where possible.
- Allium angulosum behaves more like a perennial than a true bulb. It can also stay green over the dormant period and not loose it’s leaves.
Dispatch of our autumn planting bulbs runs from the beginning of September through to the beginning of December.