Allium Neapolitanum Cowanii
Allium Neapolitanum Cowanii
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Allium Neapolitanum "Cowanii"

Does it ever snow in the deep south? YES! If you plant these you can have fragrant snow every March! They will multiply and naturalize. If they didn't dissapear so quickly in late spring they might even be considered a weed. In Europe these are popular cutflowers (largely because of their fragrance). Place them in colored water and you can have any color flower you want (like carnations!). Plant them around rose bushes to repel spring aphids. The uses are endless, and at this price, you can afford to experiment!

Zones 6-11.

4 + cm round bulbs!

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