Category: Allium Bulbs

Allium Atropurpureum - Allium Bulbs 0

Allium Atropurpureum – Allium Bulbs

The Allium Atropurpureum Bulbs Produce Deep Pink And Purple Flower Heads Which Add A New Dimension To Any Border Especially When Mixed With Other Plants.flowering In Late-spring/early-summer, This Allium Bulb Grows To Hover Above The Border With Its Berry Colours Adding A Deep Contrast To Other Blooms. It Also Makes Excellent Cut Flowers Or, For The Large Flowers, It Is Ideal For Drying To Make A Floral Arrangement.we Suggest That You Try Mixing The Allium Bulbs With Grasses Or Team Them With Achilleas And Daisies To Give The Bees A Real Treat!other Pollinators And Insects Also Love The Alliums', As Their Spectacular Drumstick Takes Over From The Tulips And Irises To Flower Their Way Through To High Summer. They Also Look Amazing Teamed With Roses And Other Summer Perennials; It's Hard To Believe That They Are Members Of The Humble Onion Family! Alliums Are Showy, Hardy Plants That Give A Marvellous Display Year After Year. 

Allium Bulbs - Ambassador 0

Allium Bulbs – Ambassador

Well-sized Orbs Of Starry Purple Flowers Develop In Late Spring And Early Summer On Green Stems Reaching Up To 1m (3ft). Perfectly Placed In The Centre Of A Flower Bed With Blue Camassias And Tulips.with An Award Of Garden Merit Ambassador Is Beautiful Grown In Your Border With Nearby Tall Spring-flowering Bulbs Like Camassia And Crown You Receive Your Bulbsyou Receive Our Spring-flowering Bulbs In Autumn In A Plastic Mesh. This Is To Keep The Bulbs Together In A Pack Which Is Nice And Airy – Perfect To Keep The Bulbs Healthy While In Transit. can’t Plant Straight Away?keep Your Bulbs In A Cool, Light And Dry Place And Preferably Hanging On A Hook So That Air Can Get To The Bulbs At All Angles. Look To Planting Your Bulbs Within A Week Of Receiving Them.