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Allium bulgaricum is one of Elke's Faves this season. Here's what she has to say:
Allium Bulgaricum, also known as Nectaroscordum siculum, has been a long-time favourite of mine. The flowers bloom in late spring or early summer, and the long stems make them an excellent choice for cut flower arrangements. Did someone say cut flower? I'm right there!
Planted in sunny locations with well drained soil these alliums will return year after year. The flowers hang in loose umbels of white, green and purple. Simply stunning!
This particular variety is often mistaken for a Fritillaria and can be counted among one of the most unusual looking, yet most pleasing, Allium varieties. Alliums, or ornamental onions, are easy to grow bulbs that are increasing in popularity. They look wonderful in cut bouquets and make a unique accent in any perennial border or bed. If you have problems with deer or rodents, Alliums are an excellent choice as they are snubbed as distasteful. Oh but the bees love 'em!