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Taylors Bulbs Allium Globemaster - Single (TP688)


Taylors Bulbs Allium Globemaster - Single (TP688)
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Taylors Bulbs Allium Globemaster - Single (TP688)


Key Points

  • Available for delivery anywhere in mainland GB.
  • Order for collection at Bagshot, Bybrook Barn, Chelmsford or Shepperton.
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Product Details

Large purple flowers. Bee friendly. RHS Award winner

Flowering Time: May/June

Flowering Height: 80cm/32 inches

Planting Depth: 15cm/6 inches

Planting Distance: 15cm/6 inches

Planting Time: August Onwards

Soil/Position: Alliums will grow in a wide range of soils provided there is good drainage. They like sunshine but the flowers will last longer in partial shade.

Application: Valuable for planting in groups in borders or for naturalising (flowering for year after year). Excellent, long lasting cut flower.

Expert Tip: Plant taller varieties to the rear of borders. Flowers can be used for dried arrangements.

Pollinator Friendly: Yes

RHS: Yes

Colour: Purple

Code: TP688

Barcode: 5015882101115

On occasions the bulb count on the image may not be correct. Please refer to the bulb count in the product title for accurate bulb count. We apologise for any confusion this may cause.


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