Allium nigrum

Vigorous and large, showy, white, spectacular blooms

A beautiful old 1762 heirloom with large, 4-5" wide, dense, round, composite flowers of white with green ovaries. Naturalizes well and reliably re-blooms. Makes a wonderful cut flower, with none of the oniony smell that other alliums may have. Grows to 24-30" high, and is beloved by pollinators. Alliums are deer, rabbit and rodent resistant.

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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.

Planting Depth 5"
Bulb spacing 4"-8" apart
Bulbs per Square Foot
Height at Maturity 12"
Sun Preference Full to Partial Sun
Hardiness Zone Range 5-9
Naturalizes? No

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