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These are Siberian in origin so are incredibly tough despite being in leaf all winter. They never really seem to be fully dormant. Their flowers are the size of large hens’ eggs in June when they eventually straighten from their crook like stature to stand erect, greenish-yellow in colour and increasingly ‘fluffy’. They set lots of seed as well as forming clumps in time.
Allium obliquum should be planted 3-4" (8-10cm) deep and 5" (12cm) apart and is happy in heavier soils than most alliums. Seemingly oblivious to winter temperatures despite being "evergreen". .
Height 24" (60cm)