Allium siculum bulgaricum

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Allium siculum bulgaricum

An uncommon beauty, beloved by pollinators
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Quick Facts
Hardiness Zone Range 5-10
Sun conditions Full to Partial Sun
Bulb Spacing 4"-8" apart
Naturalizes Yes
Height at Maturity 36"
Season of Bloom Early Spring
Detailed Product Info

Also known as the Sicilian Honey Lily. Unusual 2" wide umbels of 20 to 30 green and white, bell-shaped florets. These bells emerge from their papery sheath and spread out over time, gradually lifting their faces skyward to reveal pink and plum inner striations. Grows 32" to 36" high. Alliums are deer, rabbit and rodent resistant.

Growing Instructions

Alliums do best in full sun to partial shade They require a well-drained soil. Water in well after planting, beyond that normal rainfall should be sufficient. Allium bulbs should be planted 1-2 times as deep as the diameter of the bulb. Bulbs should be kept cool until ready to plant; and planted in fall at least a month before the ground freezes.