Allium karataviense - (5 Bulbs)

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Low-growing form of the ornamental onion with dramatic globe flowers & lush green foliage Read more
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Why we love it:
  • Alliums have become fashionable with garden designers and florists alike in recent years and it's easy to see why
  • Perfect for a dramatic display at the front of borders
  • This variety will self seed for a natural look
  • So easy to grow and perfect for giving beginners' confidence.



    What you need to know:
  • Height: 20 cm, Spread 10cm
  • Flowers: 8cm width balls with 50 or more white star shaped flowers in late Spring, early Summer
  • Hardiness: Fully Hardy
  • Position: Prefers full sun & free-draining soilCaring for your plant:
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  • Little or no aftercare required
  • Plant bulbs in the Autumn
  • Remove old stems and leaves once they have withered
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