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Allium caeruleum grows from small bulbs that produce three cornered leaves in the spring which have withered by flowering time. A small ball of mid-blue flowers form in June about 18" (45cm) from the ground, sometimes with bulbils forming in the flower head. Not widely seen in gardens though should be easy enough to grow in a sunny dry spot. Originating on the steppes of Russia and China. An ideal front of border or rockery plant.
Allium caeruleum bulbs should be planted only 1-2" (5cm) apart and 1.5" (3cm) deep. An ideal front of border or rockery plant that will do best in a reasonably sunny spot with free-draining soil
Height 18" (45cm)