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Found right across Eastern Europe and into Central Asia. Bright blue drum heads, blooming throughout the summer, make this chive like little Allium useful in the border as well as attractive in a meadow.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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£3.50
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£12.50

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This Central Asian adds a touch of class to a corner in a meadow. With its umbel of open pink flowers showing through tall grass in June. Although vigorous like all the chive like Alliums it is not too invasive like some of them.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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We have grown this for many years on a sunny bank where it has seeded itself. The medium sized flower heads of this tall allium are fascinating, with star like shiny pink-purple flowers, which die back to leave a delicate and decorative interlocking globe. Height 18”, flowering in June.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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£7.50

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The tall Allium species, Allium hollandicum, has long been in European horticulture, and this is renowned as one of the best cultivars. It is rich and impressive, standing 2ft with densely packed deep purple flower heads. Bees go crazy.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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Central Asian again like so many Alliums, this species goes on a different low growing tack. A gorgeous rosette of broad, purplish green, arching foliage emerging in March is reason enough to grow this Allium. But nestling in the centre an egg-shaped flower bud slowly grows to break open at last in May into a silver globe.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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Triangular stems support white bell shaped flowers
in spring (April to May) and is about bluebell size in height. It is found in hedgerows in Britain and Ireland, although it is a naturalised alien from the West Mediterranean region. It is another good species for a wild part of the garden in the open or shade, but be warned, it can be a bit of a thug and can spread prolifically.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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£3.50
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£14.50

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This little early flowering species, with golden petals and trumpet comes from the rocky but moist meadows of NW Spain including Asturias. It is even smaller that its cousin Narcissus minor and used to be referred to as Narcissus minimus. It grows best in moist peaty soil.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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£7.50

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This Triandrus cultivar, with all the attributes of its Angel’s Tears parent, is a vigorous grower. With soft yellow cup and swept back petals in April, it reaches just 5”, smaller even than its cultivar cousin Narcissus Hawera.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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Reaching just 6”-8” this jonquil, quite a bit smaller than other jonquils, this cultivar is nevertheless vigorous and naturalises well. In late April it has 2 -3 soft yellow flowers per stem and a delightful scent.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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£4.50
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£18.50

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An early 1930’s Triandrus hybrid, this is a fine version of the Angels Tears daffodil, with soft yellow cup and swept back petals and “dwarf” 6-8” stature of its parent. It is made vigorous and sweet scented by its other parent, the jonquil.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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Price 10: 
£9.50