Allium Sphaerocephalon (Drumsticks)

Allium Sphaerocephalon (Drumsticks)

Crowded heads of purple-crimson drumsticks, fine for cutting. The flowers open green, then start to turn purple from the top, creating unsual two -tone flower heads. Great when planted with perennials in the border. 5cm+ bulbs supplied.
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Allium Sphaerocephalon (Drumsticks)Allium Sphaerocephalon (Drumsticks)
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Allium Sphaerocephalon (Drumsticks) Allium Sphaerocephalon (Drumsticks)

Flowering Time

  • J
  • F
  • M
  • A
  • M
  • J
  • J
  • A
  • S
  • O
  • N
  • D

Key Product Information

Season Interest Summer
Flower Colour PURPLE
Foliage Colour GREEN
Delivery Delivery August/September
Season Interest

Summer

Flower Colour

PURPLE

Foliage Colour

GREEN

Delivery August/September

Plant Size

  • Part Shade
  • Sun
  • Container
  • Cut Flower
  • 10cm
Planting

Plant three to four times their own depth

Soil Type

Fertile, well drained soil.

Plant in fertile well drained soil at approx 10cm apart and at a depth of roughly 3 to 4 times the size of the bulb.
Leave untouched for a number of years until the bulbs have multiplied to the extent that flowering potential is impeded.
  • Information
  • Flowering Time

    • J
    • F
    • M
    • A
    • M
    • J
    • J
    • A
    • S
    • O
    • N
    • D

    Key Product Information

    Season Interest Summer
    Flower Colour PURPLE
    Foliage Colour GREEN
    Delivery Delivery August/September
    Season Interest

    Summer

    Flower Colour

    PURPLE

    Foliage Colour

    GREEN

    Delivery

    Delivery August/September

    Plant Size

    • Part Shade
    • Sun
    • Container
    • Cut Flower
    • 10cm
    Planting

    Plant three to four times their own depth

    Soil Type

    Fertile, well drained soil.

  • Instructions
  • Plant in fertile well drained soil at approx 10cm apart and at a depth of roughly 3 to 4 times the size of the bulb.
  • Cultural Instructions
  • Leave untouched for a number of years until the bulbs have multiplied to the extent that flowering potential is impeded.