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Alliums (also known as ornamental onions) are very showy, easy to grow and are great for cutting for indoor displays. Their colourful, drumstick-like flowers can even be dried to make stunning decorations. They suffer from few problems and are undemanding in terms of feeding/nutrition. Alliums make a great addition to any flower garden, and if you plan your plant selection carefully you can have flowers in March, April, May, June, July and August. Smaller varieties are ideal for container growing. Choose from our colourful selection below.

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How to grow alliums

Alliums enjoy a sunny spot and lower-growing types such as Fireworks are suitable for growing in garden pots and containers. Plant the bulbs as soon as you receive them at around twice their own depth. If your soil is heavy clay, consider adding some grit or sand to improve drainage.

Combining alliums with other plants

These stunning, colourful bulbs look great with ornamental grasses and cottage garden favourites such as Lady’s mantle and lavender. Taller varieties such as ‘Gladiator’ look great planted in drifts or dotted through other plants. A must-have for any flower garden!

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