Hardiness is a bit of a puzzle with this one - the few references I've found describe it as a tender perennial. Yet a patch of 2005 seedlings survived our zone 6 winter, to bloom in June of 2006. Different from most other alliums we grow in that the strappy leaves are broader, and the individual flowers are larger. Each petal has a green stripe running up and down. Won't win a beauty contest, but worth keeping in the garden as long as it gets through our winters.
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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|Erle Randall||Jun 20, 2006||Many British gardeners regard this as a bit of a thug as it multiplies readily and is very hard to remove once established. Mine is on the edge of scrubby woodland where it can do its worst
Mor a Mynydd, Pwllfanogl, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Anglesey, Wales.|
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