Allium Globemaster

Allium Globemaster

This is the largest flowered of the giant alliums, with densely packed heads of starry violet-purple flowers on sturdy long stems above a cluster of strappy green leaves. Belonging to the onion family, all parts of Allium Globemaster smell of garlic and they are unattractive to deer. The bulbs are fully hardy, do best in full sun, and look great planted among other herbaceous plants which hide the leaves as they wither in autumn. The spectacular big globes of flowers, and later the seed heads are great for flower arrangers. Attractive to bees and other pollinators.

Site: Requires some shelter
Position: Full sun
Soils: Well-drained soil, avoid waterlogged.
Planting Period: September to November
Flowering Period: Mid-May, June
Planting: Depth 6” (15 cm), Spacing 8” (20 cm)
Height: 2’6” (80 cms)

Type | Size: Bulbs | Loose
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