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Flowers in August.

Foliage. See photo of Form in second and third years from Rob's Plants

Flowers. See photo of Form from Three Dogs in a Garden

Plant Name

Allium pulchellum

(Allium carinatum subsp. pulchellum)

Allium is the Latin name for 'garlic'.

Pulchellus, pulchela, pulchellum mean 'somewhat beautiful' or 'pretty'.

Common Name

Keeled Garlic

Soil

Chalk or Sand (Well-drained soil required)

Sun Aspect

Full Sun

Soil Moisture

Moist

Plant Type

Herbaceous Bulb

Height x Spread in inches (cms)
(1 inch = 2.5 cms,
12 inches = 1 foot = 30 cms,
24 inches = 2 feet)

24 x 4 (60 x 10)

Foliage

Very narrow Dark Green leaves

Flower Colour in Month(s). Fruit

Reddish-Carmine flower umbel in July-August

Comment

Clump-forming Allium pulchellum is native to the Mediterranean region and is an excellent cut flower.

"A later flowering allium, normally July and August. Height about 40cm. Elegant violet-pink flowers, held in small, dense, slightly elongated umbels. Prefers a sunny, moist position. Forms a good clump quickly but is not invasive." from RV Roger.

Plant at 4 inches (10 cms) depth with an inch (2.5cms) of fine grit under them for drainage and 4 inches (10 cms) apart. Never plant at perfectly measured distances apart as this looks artificial - plant in clumps of 5, 7 or 9 in a staggered group so that they look more natural when they flower.

Available from Crocus , R. V. Roger and Brent and Becky's Bulbs in USA.

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Flower

Form

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Flowers. Photo from R.V. Roger

 


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Closed Bud

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Opening Bud

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Juvenile Flower

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All Alliums have the distinctive onion smell, both in the foliage and bulb. This smell can be used to reduce aphid infestations on flowers by planting 1 each side of the infected plant with a short length of bamboo to indicate that its foliage comes from an ornamental onion rather than a blade of grass.

Allium aflatunense
'Purple Sensation'

Rosy-Purple

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May, June

36 x 18
(90 x 45)

 

Associates very well with silver under-planting.

Probably one of the best known of the drumstick alliums.

Allium altissimum
'Goliath'

Lilac-Purple

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June

72 x 36 (in initial years it usually grows a little shorter 48-60 inches) (180 x 90)

 

It is an excellent cutflower and thrives in inner city environments.

It will live for about 5 years.

Allium ampeloprasum

Purple to Whitish

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May, June

36-72 x 6 (90-180 x 15)

 

The juice of the plant is used as a moth repellant.

 

Allium amphibolum

Rose-Lilac

June, July

12-16 x 4 (30-40 x 10)

After flowers are over, dead head, but leave the stems to die down.  If flowerheads are required for drying, then wait until the plant is mature enough to produce several flower heads, and then remove half for drying,

 

 

and leave the bulb with plenty of energy to die back into the bulb to ensure a good show the following year.  As the foliage is unsightly once it has died back during flowering, it is a good idea to disguise the base in between with herbaceous perennials.

Allium amplectens

White to Pinkish

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March, April, May, June

8-20 x 2
(20-50 x 5)

 

An unusual variety for the rockery.

 

Allium angulosum

Lilac-Purple or White

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June, July, August

8-18 x 12 (20-45 x 30)

 

Plant with Echinops ritro, Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead', Myrtus communis and Allium tuberosum.

Native from Europe to Siberia and whole plant is edible.

Allium azureum

Deep Blue

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May, June, July

24 x 8
(60 x 20)

 

Site near front of borders and in containers with silver foliage plants to show off the blue flowers.

 

Allium 'Beau Regard'

Silver-Mauve

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June, July, August

36 x 9-12
(90 x 23-30)

 

Flowers last for 3 weeks. Cutflower.

Flowers in 8 inch diameter umbel in June-August.

Allium caesium

Sky-Blue

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June, July, August

20-24 x 4 (50-60 x 10)

 

Good for group planting and as a cut flower.

Chalk, Sand. Native plants on saline soil in semi-desert.

Allium
carinatum
pulchellum 'Album'

White

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July, August,
September

14 x 12
(
35 x 30)

 

It is an excellent cut flower. Looks good growing through Artemesia schmidtiana 'Nana'. Plant in containers or in drifts in the rock garden or border with Heuchera 'Dale's Strain', Sedum 'Oktoberfest' and Talinum calycinum.

Native to the Mediterranean region.

Allium callimischon callimischon - autumn

White with Red stripes

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September, October,
November

6-12 x 12 (15-30 x 30)

Green cylindrical and hollow leaves

These unusual autumn flowering species are ideal on a scree or rockery in full sun. They are hardy and also make nice pot specimens in a cold greenhouse.

Native of the Pelo-ponnese. Plant at soil level and 4 inches (10 cms) apart. All Alliums have the distinctive onion smell, both in the foliage and bulb. This smell can be used to reduce aphid infestations on flowers by planting 1 each side of the infected plant.

Allium cepa var viviparum

Purple

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June

18-24 x 6-9 (45-60 x 15-23)

 

Suits the border, a herb garden or in vegetable garden.

Egyptian Tree Onion. Drumstick flowers are produced in June, and these are replaced by small bulbils that can be used as a mild salad onion.

Allium cernuum

Light Pink

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June, July, August

8-18 x 2
(20-45 x 5)

Green

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Grows in dry woods, rock outcroppings and prairies.

It naturalises easily making attractive drifts without becoming a nuisance.

Allium
christophii

Purple-Metallic Blue

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June, July

24 x 8
(60 x 20)

 

The faded flowerheads hold up well in the border and are useful for dried flower arrangements.

 

Allium cowanii

White

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April, May, June

24 x 4
(60 x 10)

 

Use flowers as edible parts of a salad. It lasts for 3 weeks as a cut-flower.

 

Allium crenulatum

Rose-Purple

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May, June, July

3 x 4
(8 x 10)

 

 

Plant at 2 inch (5 cms) depth with an inch (2.5cms) of fine grit under them for drainage and 4 inches (10 cms) apart.

Allium cupanii

Pink or nearly White

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May, June, July, August, September, October

5-10 x 4
(13-25 x 10)

 

Its habitat is Pinus nigra forest, amongst Quercus pargana, alpine and grey steppe rocky places on limestone, serpentine and schist, to 2200 metres in Turkey.

Edible plant with medicinal use to reduce cholerestol levels.

Allium cyaneum

Violet-Blue

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August, September,
October

6-12 x 4
(15-30 x 10)

 

 

Plant at 4 inches (10 cms) depth with an inch (2.5cms) of fine grit under them for drainage and 4 inches (10 cms) apart. Never plant at perfectly measured distances apart as this looks artificial - plant in clumps of 5, 7 or 9 in a staggered group so that they look more natural when they flower.

Allium cyathophorum
var farreri

Red-Purple

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May, June, July

12-15 x 9-12 (30-43 x 23-30)

 

Use on a scree or rock garden.

Grows on grassy slopes at high elevations in China.

Allium
falcifolium

Pinkish, Red-Purple, or White-streaked Purple

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May, June

2-3 x 6
(5-8 x 15)

 

It is often found on slopes with excellent drainage.

It is also never found too far away from oak trees, relying on the organic matter from decaying oak leaves.

Allium flavum

Yellow

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June, July, August

14 x 2
(35 x 5)

Green

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Best planted in clusters or allowed to self-seed, it does of its best in an open, sunny position in well-drained soil.

 

Allium flavum nanum

Lemon-peel Yellow

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June, July, August

4-6 x 2
(10-15 x 5)

 

It is a good rock garden plant.

The 40 flowers on the densely clustered flower head open in succession to give a long-lasting display.

Allium geyeri

Pink

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April, May

3-12 x 2
(8-30 x 5)

 

 

Easy to grow species from the meadows of the western USA, producing small bright pink flowers.

Allium giganteum

Violet-Mauve

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June, July

60 x 6
(150 x 15)

 

Try it dotted in small groups among ornamental grasses.

A huge tall spike some 1.5m (5ft) tall bearing a very dense umbel of bright purple flowers.

Allium
'Gladiator'

Rose-Purple

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May, June

68 x 12
(170 x 30)

 

The foliage dies off as the flowers open, so companion plant with Geranium sanguineum 'Album' to conceal the dying foliage and flower at the same time.

 

Allium 'Globemaster'

Metallic-Violet

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May, June, July

28-36 x 8 (70-90 x 20)

 

It is deer and rodent resistant. Excellent cut flower. Looks good surrounded by practically anything, but pairs especially well with white, pink or purple perennials. Hardy geraniums, which bloom at the same time, are ideal.

 

Allium 'Globus'

Pale Mauve

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June

24 x 9-12
(60 x 23-30)

 

A good cut flower.

Pale mauve spheres on 20 inch stems in June.

Allium
hirtifolium
'Album'

White

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May, June

48 x 12
(120 x 30)

 

One of the taller species, so great for adding height to the border.

This produces large drumsticks of white star-shaped flowers up to 10cm (4") across at the start of June.

Allium 'His Excellency'

Bluish-Purple

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May, June

36 x 12
(90 x 30)

 

Long-lasting cut flower.

Foliage is glossy and persists until well after flowering.

Allium x hollandicum

Purple-Lilac

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May, June, July

30-36 x 12 (75-90 x 30)

 

It is an excellent cut flower.

Native to central China. Flowers when all the tulips are gone. Prefers alkaline well-drained soil

Allium
jesdianum
'Akbulak'

Reddish-Purple

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June, July

31 x 12
(78 x 30)

 

An excellent cut flower

A flower with quite loose formed umbels, in a rich deep purple, with 40 inch stem .

Allium jesdianum ssp
angustitepalum

Dark Purple

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May, June, July

24 x 6-9
(60 x 15-23)

 

Neither deer nor rabbits eat them.

Native from central Asia to Afghanistan.

Allium
jesdianum
'Michael Hoog
'

Bright Violet

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May, June

48 x 12
(120 x 30)

 

Good cut flower and ideal for mass planting.

The new foliage is attractive in that the leaves all have red tips when they first emerge. Increases well and is quite happy in any soil.

Allium
jesdianum
'Purple King
'

Deep Purple

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May, June, July

28 x 12
(70 x 30)

 

Good cut flower. It will not grow if planted after December.

Requires plenty of moisture when growing; tolerates growing in very wet soil.

Allium
jesdianum
'Shing'

Dark Purple

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April, May

29 x 12
(73 x 30)

 

Clump-forming.

Flowers on 28 inch stems. Plant bulb at 6 inch depth with an inch (2.5cms) of fine grit under them for drainage and 8 inches (20 cms) apart.

Allium karataviense

White with a
hint of Rose

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May, June

10 x 32
(25 x 80)

Glaucous Blue

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A very useful allium, its large glaucous foliage makes for excellent, well behaved groundcover.

Silvery-white flower spikes grow up some 20cm. (8"). Deserves to be used more often.

Allium karataviense
'Ivory Queen
'

White

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May, June

10 x 8
(25 x 20)

Blue-Green

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Makes ideal ground-cover and looks great in tubs. Looks wonderful in low glazed pots alongside pots of hostas and heucheras.

Blue-Green, 4-6 inch wide leaves spreading over ground.

Allium lenkoranicum

Buff to Rose

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June, July, August

14-20 x 2 (35-50 x 5)

 

The allium lankoranicum is best planted en masse - from the top 20 classic and unusual bulbs article in The Telegraph.

4-5 thread-thin long Green leaves.

Allium 'Lucy Ball'

Violet-Purple

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May, June, July

40 x 12
(100 x 30)

 

Great cut flower and ideal for pots.

Flowers on 36 inch stem in 8 inch diameter umbel. Erect habit.

Allium macleanii

Pinkish-Purple

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May, June, July

36-40 x 6 (90-100 x 15)

 

Grows well with roses, carrots, beet and chamomile, but inhibits the growth of legumes. Dislikes dry soils. Great cut flower and ideal for pots.

 

Allium macranthum

Mauve-Purple

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July, August

6 x 4
(15 x 10)

 

Interplant with ferns both to fill the space when its below ground and to lend a little support in high wind.

Grows in high mountain meadows and stream banks in moist soil.

Allium 'Mars'

Lilac-Purple

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May, June

48 x 4
(120 x 10)

 

Excellent long-lasting cut-flower.

Flower umbel on 36 inch stem in May-June. Seedheads look great covered in frost during the winter.

Allium maximowiczii

Rose-Pink and
Dark Pink

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May, June, July

6 x 4
(15 x 10)

 

 

The 10.3Mb PDF of the Phanerogram Flora of Mt. Yupari, Prov. Ishikari, Hokkaido, Japan produced by Nosaka, Shiro of Hokkaido University in Japan provides further details of its native habitat.

Allium moly

Bright Yellow

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June, July

8 x 4
(20 x 10)

 

Excellent long-lasting cut-flower. Excellent for the rockery, or for under planting roses.

 

Allium moly 'Jeannine'

Golden-Yellow

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May, June

12 x 12
(30 x 30)

 

A good and easy plant for rock garden or border and suitable for naturalising in rough ground. Attracts butterflies. Easy to establish in grass or under deciduous shrubs.

 

Allium 'Mont Blanc'

Creamy-White

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May, June, July

52 x 4
(130 x 10)

 

Excellent cut-flower.

Mulch with 3 inch depth of straw in October to provide frost protection during the following winter period after planting it. Late planting (Planting Season: September-December) prevents bulbs making early shoots, which can be easily damaged by frost.

Allium multibulbosum

White with
Reddish veins

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May, June, July,
August

12-24 x 6 (30-60 x 15)

 

 

Strap-like 2 inch wide Mid-Green leaves emerge in April. Black centre within each white small flower of the 6 inch diameter umbel on a 28-36 inch stem.

Allium neapolitanum

White

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March, April, May

12 x 4
(
30 x 10)

 

An excellent variety to naturalise on the rock garden.

This edible, erect-habit, bulb is native to Northern Italy and frequently found growing in grassy areas.

It is classed as an invasive species in parts of the U.S.A.

Allium nevskianum

Reddish

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May, June

12 x 15
(
30 x 38)

 

 

2 attractive blue-grey wide leaves are held at ground level and last through flowering. Between the leaves, in May-June, appears a large, deep reddish 5 inch globe of flowers.

Allium nigrum

White with
Green midribs

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April, May, June

20-40 x 16 (50-100 x 40)

 

Allium companions are Allium 'Forelock', Allium ascher-sonianum and Allium aflatunense 'Purple Sensation'.

Strap-shaped Grey-Green leaves which start to die back when the flowers emerge. There is a pink form of Allium nigrum (Syn. Allium auctum).

Allium nutans

Mid-Pink

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June, July

18-36 x 9-12 (45-90 x 23-30)

 

The whole plant is said to repel insects and moles.

Native to Siberia and Central Asia and has edible leaves.

Allium obliquum

Pale Yellowish-Green

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March, April,
May, June, July

18-36 x 12 (45-90 x 30)

 

The juice of the plant is used as a moth repellent. The whole plant is said to repel insects and moles.

All parts are edible - the bulb is used as a garlic substitute in Siberia.

Alium paradoxum
ssp normale

White

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March, April

14 x 12
(35 x 30)

 

 

Pure White flowers in umbel on 8 inch stem in March-April. Self-sows in mild-winter climates. The shiny green leaves have a central raised vein on the upper surface, and give the distinct impression that the leaves are upside-down.

Allium plummerae

Icing Pink or White

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June, July,
August, September

12 x 12
(30 x 30)

 

 

Very reliable, non-invasive and clump-forming species.

Noxious weed in only 46 states of USA; one of the Federal and State Noxious weeds.

Allium oreophilum

Carmine-Pink

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May, June

4-6 x 8
(10-15 x 20)

Green

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Use in borders, rock gardens and in ground covers.

Never plant at perfectly measured distances apart as this looks artificial - plant in clumps of 5, 7 or 9 in a staggered group so that they look more natural when they flower.

Allium pulchellum

Reddish-Carmine

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July, August

24 x 4
(60 x 10)

 

It is an excellent cut flower.

Native to the Mediterranean region. Forms a good clump quickly but is not invasive.

Allium ramosum

White

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June, July

10-20 x 6-12 (25-50 x 15-30)

 

The flower petals can be used as a garnish on salads. The grass-like foliage can be cut and used as a herb with a slightly lighter and fresher taste than common chives.

'Chinese Chives'.

Allium rosen-bachianum

Dark Violet

alliumcflorosenbachianumrvroger1a1a1

May

36 x 4
(90 x 10)

 

The flowers hold their form and colour for 3-4 weeks and are excellent for both cut and dried bouquets.

Dark Violet 5 inch diameter flowers on 24 inch leafless stems in May.

Allium roseum

Bright Pink

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April, May, June, July

6-22 x 20 (15-55 x 50)

 

The smell and flavor of the bulb is powerful enough to drive squirrels and browsing deer away from gardens, where they are planted as ornamental flowers. For this reason, they are suitable as companion plants to tulips and the like.

 

Allium 'Round
and Purple
'

Lilac-Mauve

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April, May, June, July

36-48 x 10 (90-120 x 25)

 

Allium 'Giganteum, Allium 'Globemaster' and Eremus (foxtail lilies) together produce a magnificient flower display. Good in containers and excellent cut flower.

 

Allium saxatile

Mid-Pink through
to White

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July, August,
September

4-14 x 2 (10-35 x 5)

 

Ideal for Alpine Gardens and in a Trough.

 

Allium schoeno-prasum

Lilac or Pale Purple

alliumcfloschoenoprasumrvroger1a1a1a

May, June, July, August

4-18 x 12
(10-45 x 30)

 

Chives are grown for their edible leaves in Woodland garden sunny edges, hedgerows and cultivated beds.

 

Allium schoeno-prasum
albiflorum

White

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May, June, July, August

10 x 10
(25 x 25)

 

White Chives.

In cold regions, chives die back to the underground bulbs in winter, with the new leaves appearing in early spring.

Allium schoeno-prasum
'Forescate'

Purplish-Pink

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May, June, July

12 x 4
(30 x 10)

 

The best way to harvest and maintain a fresh supply of chive leaves is to cut them to about 1 inch (2.5 cms) above the ground four times a year.

Allium schubertii

Pink and Silver

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April, May, June, July

12-24 x 8 (30-60 x 20)

 

This is perfect for front of borders or large pots and containers.

This bears the largest flowers of all of the allium family.

Allium scorodo-prasum

Lilac to Purplish

alliumcfloscorodoprasumrvroger1a1a1

May, June, July, August

16-36 x 4
(40-90 x 10)

 

A bulbous, perennial herb spreading mainly by bulbils in rough grassland and waste ground, on road verges and track sides and by railways.

 

Allium
sphaero-cephalum

Purple-Crimson

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May, June, July, August

24 x 8
(60 x 20)

 

Looks superb growing through Artemisia 'Powys Castle' or other silver foliage. Very effective when massed in tight clumps in a sunny border. Suitable for a gravel garden and is deerproof.

 

Allium
stipitatum

Lilac-Purple

alliumcflostipitatumrvroger1a1a1

May, June

48 x 10
(120 x 25)

 

Excellent cut-flower (cut flowers last as long as 3 weeks. Good as a dried flower. Plant with Anthriscus sylvestris 'Ravenswing', Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata 'Black Barlow', Artemesia ludoviviciana 'Valerie Finnis' and Deschampsia cespitosa.

 

Allium
stipitatum
'Album'

White

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May, June

36 x 12
(90 x 30)

 

Can be grown in pots. Plant with blue-flowering geraniums and Alchemilla mollis. Excellent cut-flower.

These flowers can be left on the plant for many months.

Allium
stipitatum
'Mount Everest
'

White

alliumpflo1stipitatummounteverestgeetee1a1a1

June

48 x 4
(120 x 10)

 

Excellent cut-flower (cut flowers last as long as 3 weeks).

White star-shaped 4-6 inch spherical flowers on 48 inch stem in June. These flowers can be left on the plant for many months.

Allium triquetrum

White with
Green midvein

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April, May, June

18 x 8
(45 x 20)

Green

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Excellent as ground cover.


Do not use in USA

Allium unifolium

Pink

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April, May, June

8-24 x 12 (20-60 x 30)

 

 

Grey-Green leaves emerge first and then die down before the flowers open.

Allium ursinum

White

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May, June

12 x 12
(30 x 30)

 

Naturalizes well even in quite dense shade. Grow with roses, carrots, beet and chamomile, but it inhibits the growth of legumes.

 

Allium vineale 'Hair'

Green hair-like petals

alliumcflohairgeetee1b1a1a

June, July, August

30 x 4
(75 x 10)

 

Use as upper storey in a flower arrangement. It lasts for 2 weeks as a cut-flower.

 

Allium wallichii

Rose-Purple with
Green middle

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July, August,
September

6-30 x 4
(15-75 x 10)

 

Provides a welcome splash of colour in the autumn border.

These plants can be allowed to self-seed to make impressive clumps.

Allium zebdanense

White

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April, May, June

8-24 x 12
(20-60 x 30)

 

Unparalled for the dry shady garden, although it will grow in Sun too. Suitable for Seaside gardens and gravel gardens. Thrives in hot dry conditions where not much else will grow.

 

 

Anemone baldensis

Creamy-White

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May

6 x 6
(15 x 15)

 

Should be grown in light shade where summers are hot; in full sun in cooler climates. Can be grown with green carpet rupturewort to provide a light green background for the flowers.

 

Anemone blanda

Deep Blue

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April, May

6 x 6
(15 x 15)

Green
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Companion plants from the Department of Horticultural Science of NC State University for Anemone blanda and its cultivars

 

Anemone blanda
'Blue Shades
'

Mid to Dark Blue

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April, May

anemonecforblandablueshadeskevock1a1a1

Cushion Form

6 x 6
(15 x 15)

 

Use to create a blue carpet in your border between your deciduous shrubs and interplant with Narcissus 'Ice King' and Galanthus nivalis.

 

Anemone blanda
'Charmer'

Deep Pink

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April, May

6 x 6
(
15 x 15)

Green

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Clump-forming habit, can be grown in pots and are ideal cut flowers. They are ideal layered under white or soft yellow daffodils or peachy/pink cup of daffodil 'By George'. They are deer, rabbit and squirrel resistant.

 

Anemone blanda
'Pink Star
'

Phlox Purple

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March, April

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Cushion Form

5 x 6
(13 x 15)

 

 

Phlox Purple in March-April. The richer in humus the soil is, the more flowers each corm will produce over a 4 to 6 week period. They open their blooms in the morning and shut them at night.

Anemone blanda
'Radar'

Deep Magenta with White centre

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April, May

4 x 4
(10 x 10)

 

Clump-forming habit, can be grown in pots provided they are not given any heat.

 

Anemone blanda rosea

Light and Mid-Pink

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April, May

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Mat-Forming Form

6 x 4-20
(15 x 10-50)

Companion plants :-
Alyssum, Arabis, Aster alpinus, Centaurea dealbata, Coreopsis, Digitalis, Gypsophila paniculata, Hemerocallis (yellow cultivars), Iris (rhizomatous white and yellow cultivars),

Bronze-tinged Dark Green

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More Companion plants :-
Kniphofia (yellow cultivars), Peonies (white and yellow cultivars), Verbascum, Rhododendron species (deciduous and evergreen), Cotoneaster, Berberis, Acer palmatum, Deutzia gracilis and Weigela.

 

Anemone blanda
'Violet Star
'

Rich Violet with
White centre

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March, April, May

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Cushion Form

6 x 4
(15 x 10)

 

Mound-forming habit, can be grown in pots provided they are not given any heat. Use to underplant roses and deciduous shrubs/trees.

 

Anemone blanda
'White Splendour
'

White

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March, April, May

6 x 10
(15 x 25)

Green

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Clump-forming habit, can be grown in pots provided they are not given any heat. Use to underplant roses and deciduous shrubs/trees. Lasts well for up to 2 weeks in water as a cut flower. Excellent ground cover as large clumps are quickly formed.

 

Anemone coronaria
'de Caen
'

Red, Blue or White

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March, April,
May, June

12 x 6
(30 x 15)

 

 

Plant tubers 3 inches deep and spaced about 3 inches apart in bold drifts in Sep-Oct for spring-flowering; Mar/Apr for Jun-Jul flowering; May-Jun for Sep flowering.

Anemone coronaria
'St Brigid
'

Red, Blue,
Orange, Pink,
Purple or White

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February, March,
April, May, June,
July, August,
September, October

14-16 x 6
(35-40 x 15)

 

Does not grow well in gardens in cooler climates, prefers warmth. Must be given protection of frames or greenhouses in colder areas.

 

Anemone demissa

White, Blue, Red
or Purple

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May, June, July

6 x 6
(15 x 15)

 

 

Native to forests, sparse forests, scrub, grassy slopes and streamsides from 3000-5000 metres in North India.

Anemone hupehensis

White, Pink or Purple

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August, September

36-48 x 18 (90-120 x 45)

 

Good Companions - Japanese anemones mix well with many vibrant autumn flowers, including Aster 'Little Carlow' and Aster laevis 'Calliope'.

 

Anemone x
lipsiensis
'Pallida'

Pale Yellow

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March, April, May

6 x 18
(15 x 45)

 

These plants are ideal for a woodland or rock garden, where they spread very slowly due to the fine network of roots that they create between the deciduous trees/shrubs. Makes a pretty colour combination with red or plumy forms of Helleborus x hybridus.

 

Anemone narcissiflora

White and White tinted Blue or Yellow

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May, June, July

3-24 x 20
(8-60 x 50)

 

Edible leaves and roots, are suitable for maritime gardens, clump-forming form, are immune to predations by rabbits and are greedy plants, inhibiting the growth of nearby plants, especially legumes.

 

Anemone nemorosa

White

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April, May

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Spreading Form

4 x 12
(9 x 30)

Green
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Found growing in woodlands. A good bee and bumblebee plant.

Anemone nemorosa is native to Europe including Britain.

Anemone nemorosa
'Alba Plena
'

White

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April, May, June

6 x 10
(15 x 25)

 

 

Plant 2 inches deep and 6-8 inches (20 cms) apart. Further growing instructions from The Telegraph.

Anemone nemorosa
'Allenii'

Lavender Blue

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April, May

8 x 20
(20 x 50)

 

Combines beautifully with spring-flowering bulbs and wildflowers, particularly yellow narcissus.

Once the clumps get large they may be divided in early fall by digging and ripping apart into pieces.

Anemone nemorosa
'Bracteata Pleniflora
'

White and Green

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April, May, June

6 x 6
(15 x 15)

 

 

White woodland anemone which is unusual in that it has three different styles of flowers growing on the same plant- some are single, some double, and some double with a green ruffle.

Anemone nemorosa
'Lychette'

White

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April, May, June

6 x 6
(15 x 15)

 

Clump-forming form. Good partner with rhododendrons.

Large open flat white flowers on maroon-tinted stems.

Anemone nemorosa
'Robinsoniana'

Wisteria Blue

anemonecflo1nemerosarobinsonianakevock1a1a1

April, May

5-6 x 20
(13-15 x 50)

 

 

Has wisteria-blue flowers in late spring. The foliage is dark green tinged with purple. The foliage tends to die down in the summer, ready to re-emerge the next spring.

Anemone nemorosa
'Vestal'

White with
White Button

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March, April

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Mat-Forming Form

5-6 x 6
(13-15 x 15)

 

Ideal ground cover in shady areas or woodland gardens.

White flower with tightly packed button in the middle of the flower, developing from the previously yellow centre, in March-April. These flowers can often last for 2-3 weeks if the weather conditions are cool. Overall flowering period is around 8 weeks long.

Anemone ranunculoides

Golden-Yellow

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February, March,
April, May

12 x 20
(30 x 50)

 

 

It is good to know that "if planted in optimal conditions, it can flourish for years past its gardener." Caring for an Anemone Ranunculoides article provides the growing instructions to grow a healthy plant.

Anemone ranunculoides
'Pleniflora'

Bright Yellow

anemonecflot9ranunculoidespleniflorarvroger1a1a1

March-May

6 x 18
(15 x 45)

 

Buttercup Anemone grows in forests and in rock and alpine gardens. The bronzy-dark-green foliage dies back to its rhizomes by July, so grow under Tricyrtis.

 

Anemone rupicola

White, Yellowish
or Purplish

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June, July,
August

4-10 x 6
(10-25 x 15)

 

Suitable in rock garden with reasonable depth of soil mixture.

 

Anemone trullifolia

White fading to Blue.
Can be White,
Yellow, Pinkish,
Purplish or Blue in
China

anemonecflot9trullifoliakevock1a1a1

April,
May,
June,
July,
August

6 x 12-15
(15 x 30-38)

 

Its native habitat is streamsides in forests and alpine meadows.

Avoid soil becoming completely dry during the summer and suspend watering in the winter.

 

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Alliums
The popularity of these ornamental onions shows no sign of waning - and with good reason, for they are a dramatic addition to any hot sunny border. As a general rule the foliage will emerge first and then die down as the flower stems emerge. It is often best to plant them with other plants that will mask the unsightly foliage as it dies back. After flowering R.V. Roger's staff find it important to dead head them by removing the flower head but leaving the flower stalk. This will allow the plant to put enough energy back into the bulb to ensure a good show the following year. If you want to preserve the seed heads on the plant to provide winter interest wait until the bulb is old enough to produce several flower heads and then remove half after flowering, providing you and the bulb with a good compromise.

 

In The Garden with Bill Cary:-
"Gardeners who really pay attention to the bloom sequence in their spring beds have probably noticed there’s a long lull, usually in mid- to late May, between the colorful riot of spring bulbs and the launch of the first summer bloomers.

  • The crocuses, tulips and daffodils have faded and the rest of your garden is greening up for summer, but bright colors seem to be missing. Why not try alliums to fill in this quiet time in the garden?
  • With their oversized flower heads — some are as big as your head — and dramatic height and architecture, alliums add a wonderful exclamation point to any bed or border. These showstoppers also bloom later than the other spring bulbs.
  • Alliums are related to other plants in the onion family, like chives, garlic and leeks. They want full sun and fairly fertile, well-drained soil — the softball-sized bulbs will rot if they sit in water in the winter.
  • Like all spring-blooming bulbs, alliums need to be planted in the autumn, well before the ground freezes for winter. October is perfect.
  • Don’t just plant one or two or three. Bulbs have the most bang when planted in large clusters.
  • Follow the planting instructions that come with the bulbs for spacing and depth. In general, dig a hole that’s three times deeper than the width of the bulb. Big alliums like ‘Globemaster’ should be planted about 6 inches (15 cms) apart.
  • Good companion plantings for ‘Globemaster’ include day lilies, nepeta, lavender, lamb’s ear, iris and hardy geraniums.
  • The vibrant ‘Globemaster’ flowers should last three to four weeks in the garden — or bring them indoors for a fun, whimsical arrangement in a vase.
  • Alliums are totally critter proof — no deer, no rabbits, no squirrels (though some people in our suburbs seem to have Viking-like squirrels that will go after anything).

I guess it never hurts to cover your bulb-heavy beds with chicken wire or some other screening to keep them safe until you begin to see green tips emerging in spring."

Functional combinations in the border from the International Flower Bulb Centre in Holland:-

"Here is a list of the perennials shown by research to be the best plants to accompany various flower bulbs. The flower bulbs were tested over a period of years in several perennial borders that had been established for at least three years.

In combination with hyacinths:

In combination with tulips:

In combination with narcissi:

For narcissi, the choice was difficult to make. The list contains only some of the perennials that are very suitable for combining with narcissi. In other words, narcissi can easily compete with perennials.

In combination with specialty bulbs:

 

There are other pages on Plants which bloom in each month of the year in this website:-

 

 

 

 

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