You can never go wrong with Alliums. In fact, they're one of our most popular flower bulb varieties, rivalling even the tulips and daffodils for favour. I love them because they offer a variety of shapes and colours and beneficial insects like bees and butterflies are happily drawn to them. Do your part to support the environment and enjoy a lovely Allium garden at the same time!
Amazing Allium Collection includes:
10 Allium nigrum
Offering long-lasting blooms with terrific visual impact, Allium nigrum also attracts butterflies and bees to the garden. Add them to your fresh cut flower arrangements for a bit of pizzaz.
12 Allium azureum
These periwinkle blue flowers develop into larger clumps over time. They sparkle and shine in the garden and the bees just love em'!
8 Allium 'Purple Sensation'
Our most popular Allium truly belongs in every garden. These purple puff balls are so attractive to look at and make a wonderful cut flower too. They're like bee-magnets and multiply over time. A win-win-win flower!
12 Allium bulgaricum
Such a fun flower bulb to grow! Because of their unique look, they're often mistaken for Fritillaria and their unusual upside-down umbrella look is very pleasing to the eye. It's also fun to watch the bees feed on their nectar as they hover above and then slip inside the bell-shaped blooms.
20 Allium sphaerocephalon
Commonly known as Drumstick Alliums this variety produces egg-shaped blooms of the most attractive burgundy colour. Plant them in a single grouping for best visual impact. The bees and butterflies will be drawn to them to enjoy a tasty feast.