Allium hollandicum (aflatunense)

allium bulbs (syn. Allium aflatunense)

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Buy Allium hollandicum (aflatunense) allium bulbs (syn. Allium aflatunense): Popular early summer bloomers

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June
  • Hardiness: fully hardy
  • Allium bulb size: 10/12

    This allium looks spectacular when grouped in a pot, or planted in a sunny border where they can be dotted in groups among ornamental grasses and other early summer flowers. Try to sandwich them between other herbaceous perennials, which will help to mask the strap-like leaves, as these tend to fade by the time the flowers appear.

  • Garden care: Plant bulbs 15cm deep and 15cm apart to enjoy the full effect of the flowers. Avoid excessive soil moisture, and split and divide large clumps in autumn or spring.

  • CAUTION do not eat ornamental bulbs

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Good quality


Strong colour




These were gorgeous


I absolutely loved these and felt sad when they were finished. A glorious display

Jane's tiny garden



Spectacular yr 1 & better yet 2


Planted randomly in pots and different borders. We're good in year 1 and better in year 2.




I would buy this product again


Looked great in situ




Stunning in a border


Sent these to a friend for a Devon garden, as her existing ones hadn't thrived. They looked stunning when I visited in the summer.

Nanna's flowers



Attractive flower head


Attractive flower heads develop slowly but fade very quickly.




After Spring colour - Allium's striking blooms


Has strong stems which withstand ferocious winds. Flower heads a good strong colour and long lasting. Comes up every year but plants are smaller than original bulbs (but weren't fed after flowering or before). Fills the gap between spring bulbs and summer perennials.





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When do we plant albums have I missed the boat?


Hello there Alliums should be planted in the autumn, but you are still ok to plant them now. Hope this helps



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