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Plant the allium bulb three times its height deep and 6"-8" apart in well-draining soil in a sunny location.Position the bulbs with the pointy end facing up.While alliums aren't fussy about soil, they will not survive in soggy soil or standing water. Alliums will grow in light shade but tend to develop stronger stems in brighter light. After planting, water well to settle the soil around the bulbs. Roots will form in the fall. A few sprouts may also develop in autumn if you live in a warm region. More substantial top growth and flower stems will form in the spring.
Allium care is simple if planted in the right soil and sunlight. The allium plant needs only infrequent watering, weeding and fertilization. These needs may be taken care of by rainfall and by adding organic mulch after planting. An organic, pre-emergence weed block or mulch may cut down on weeding.
Allium Giganteum lives up to its name with heights anywhere from 3-5 feet, this Allium is a definite show stopper. Commonly called giant onion, it is most likely the tallest of the ornamental onions. It’s made up of perfect little purple florets that create a large round ball on top of a sturdy stem, similar to a topiary. Adding Allium to a garden will make heads turn and grab attention. The best way to plant is in large groupings for a more contemporary style or periodically place throughout a garden.
- Sun to partial shade
- Bloom late spring to early summer
- Grow 36-60" tall
- Perfect for zones 4-10
- Require well drained soil area