“ALLIUM COWANII” (NEAPOLITAN GARLIC)
“ALLIUM COWANII” (NEAPOLITAN GARLIC)
“ALLIUM COWANII” (NEAPOLITAN GARLIC)
“ALLIUM COWANII” (NEAPOLITAN GARLIC)

“ALLIUM COWANII” (NEAPOLITAN GARLIC)

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ALLIUM COWANIINEAPOLITAN GARLIC

  • CATEGORY                                ALLIUM (ORNAMENTAL GARLIC)
  • VARIETY                                    “ALLIUM COWANII” (NEAPOLITAN GARLIC)
  • DESCRIPTION                           WHITE CLUSTERS
  • HEIGHT                                       25 CM
  • BLOOMS                                     JUNE/JULY
  • QUANTITY PER UNIT                 25, 50, 100 OR 200

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

These Hardy Bulbs Are Becoming More And More Popular In Architecural And Formal Planting Plus The Long Lasting Flowers Are Ideal For Cutting.

“Allium Cowanii” Is A Perennial Bulb Originating In Southern Europe, Northern Africa And Turkey. It Is Grown For Its Loose White Clusters In Late Spring To Early Summer; Each Plant Has Up To 30 Delicate Pure White Flowers With Light Green Highlights On Each Stem. The Green Strap-Like Foliage Appears Before Plants Bloom And Often Dies Back Before The Flowers Appear. This Onion Has A Lightly Oniony Fragrance When Its Leaves Or Stems Are Crushed.

“Allium Cowanii Is Ideal For Containers, Mass Plantings, Borders And Cut Flowers. They Have A Bloom Period Of Three Weeks And Are Very Fragrant. It Looks Especially Pretty With Allium Roseum. These Plants Are Rabbit, Squirrel And Deer Resistant.

“Allium Cowanii” Thrives In Fertile, Well Drained Soil In Full Sun. Plant It In The Autumn And Keep It Well Watered Through The Growing Season. Lift And Divide The Bulbs Only If They Become Crowded.

Plant In The Autumn 10-12 CM Deep To The Base Of The Bulb 10 CM Apart 100 Per Square Metre.

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