Allium Bulgaricum
Allium Bulgaricum
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"The flowers of Allium Bulgaricum otherwise known as Nectaroscordum Siculum are bell-shaped and grow in loose umbels. The stalks of the flower cluster all arise from one point like spokes of an umbrella. The color is unusual; green and purple with white edges. The bulbs are easy to grow and bloom in May and June. Deer do not bother the plants."

These Mediteranian Natives will grow and thrive in many climates. They are quite unique and well worth a try.

Zones 6-10.

Top size, 10+ cm round bulbs

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