Allium paradoxum (Few-flowered garlic)

€7,50  (10 bulbs)
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Dispatch: October (flowerbulb planting time)
Allium paradoxum, commonly known as Few-flowered garlic, is an ideal Allium for naturalising. Few-flowered garlic flowers in spring, with 10-15 bell-like flowers. The loose bulbs are very small and are therefore susceptible to drying out: please plant these bulbs as quickly as possible!

Few-flowered garlic is native to the Caucasus and to northern Iran where they grow in forests - often spreading to cover large areas. Discovered in Azerbaijan in 1987.
Flowers: April
Colour: white
Height: 25 cm
Aspect: partial shade to full shade
Soil type: no preferences
Planting period: autumn
Planting depth: three times the diameter of the bulb
Type: naturalises
Origin: Caucasus and northern Iran
Bulb size: largest bulb size available
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