Delivery: From end August
Cream to pale pinkish-grey star shaped flowers on short stems; Allium Karataviense leaves are broad greyish-blue with a fine red edge, perfect for the front of the border or containers. Plant in groups for best effect good for the edge of the border, containers or rockery.
Heirloom Allium classified 1876
|Bulb Size||12/+ cm|
|Month of Blooming||May (Early), May (Late)|
|Planting Time||Autumn, Winter|
|Special Features||Animal Resistant, Naturalising, RHS Award of Garden Merit, Heirloom|
|Type of Soil||Fertile, Well Drained|
|Delivery||From end August|
|Suitable for Pots||No|
|Planting density (per m2)||40-50|
Allium Karataviense are heirloom allium bulbs and hold their thick glaucous leaves for a long period, perfect for pots or the front of the border. Deer and Rabbit resistant.