Allium atropurpureum (ornamental onion)

€3,50  (5 bulbs)
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This late-flowering ornamental onion has an unusual, deep red-purple colour, rarely found in nature. The bloom is semi-sephrical, measures up to 7cm across, and is suitable as a cut flower. Allium atropurpureum needs a sunny position and is stunning in combination with perennials. Make sure it doesn't get smothered by fast growing perennials.

Native to southern Europe (The Balkans).
Flowers: June/July
Colour: purple/red
Height: 70 cm
Aspect: full sun and warm
Soil type: fertile, not too wet
Planting period: autumn
Planting depth: three times the diameter of the bulb
Type: perennial flowering
Origin: southern Europe (Balkans)
Bulb size: 8/+ or 10/+ cm (circumference)
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