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Best for bigger gardens, or wherever you might want a more subtle and textured display. They provide that irregularity in colour, height, size and maturity which adds subtlety and charm to any planting, especially one on a bigger scale. In late May the foliage starts to die back, then the flowerheads (which are about the size of an orange) form - opening to rich deep lilac to pale purple flowers. Easy in any free draining soil in the sun, planted about 6” (15cm) apart.
Allium hollandicum bulbs should be planted 3-4" (8-10 cm) deep in a sunny situation, and in better drained soils. Allow 6" (15 cm) between the bulbs and plant in loose groups without regimentation.
Height 24"-36" (60-90cm)