Allium Giganteum
Allium Giganteum

Allium Giganteum

£4.40

Delivery: From end August

Allium giganteum features huge spherical heads densely packed with small starry lilac florets, gracefully held at the top of towering sturdy stems.

Native to the Himalayan region, this heirloom variety will come back year after year to bring vertical interest to the late spring and early summer garden. Also known as giant onion, this impressive allium will look particularly striking planted in bold groups or scattered amongst grasses and low-growing hardy perennials in sunny borders and wild meadows. Reminiscent of fireworks captured mid-explosion, its blooms are fabulous featured in fresh and dried flower bouquets; they are also magnets for pollinators!

Alliums and their decorative seedheads are a great way to bring interest to the autumn and winter garden, whilst also providing wildlife with a much needed source of food and shelter during this challenging time of the year. Last but not least, they offer the added benefit of being deer and rabbit resistant!

In stock
Product Code:
MAALLGIG
More Information
Bulb Size 20/+cm
Planting position Middle, Back
Colour Lilac, Purple
Month of Blooming June
Planting Time Autumn, Winter
Height 120 cm
Special Features Animal Resistant, Bee and Pollinator Friendly, Good for Cut Flowers, Heirloom
Garden Position Sun
Type of Soil Fertile, Well Drained
Flower Size 15 - 20cm
Hardiness Hardy
Delivery From end August
Suitable for Pots No
Scented No
Planting Depth 20cm
Planting density (per m2) 25
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