Giant Allium Seeds

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Giant Allium: A Whimsical Addition to Your Garden


Giant Alliums are a must-have for any garden enthusiast. These captivating flowers are supported by 4- to 5-foot tall stalks that appear from a basal rosette of leaves, measuring about 18 inches across 1. The blooms last for a long while, attract bees and butterflies, and add an eye-popping burst of color as cut flowers .

Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a beginner, Giant Alliums are easy to grow and care for . They are not often affected by disease or pests, though onion flies may visit these plants . Because of the foliage’s natural onion-like scent, these plants are rabbit- and deer-resistant .

It is best to plant Giant Alliums in the fall, around 6 weeks before the ground freezes . Plant 5-6 inches deep and 9-12 inches apart, keeping the pointed end of the bulb facing upward . Proper spacing ensures adequate airflow and healthy bulbs . To transplant or divide, wait until the fall when the foliage naturally dies back . It is good to do this every 3-4 years to avoid overcrowding .

Giant Alliums are not only beautiful but also have antioxidant properties that can help boost the immune system . These plants are also known to attract pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds to the garden .

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