ALLIUM MOUNT EVERESTPack of 1
Allium stipitatum x Allium aflatunense hybrid
Tall, elegant, pure white flowers.
Mount Everest is the tallest flowering, pure white allium, producing striking ornamental flowers that last for weeks in your garden. Prefers a full sun position in well drained soil. An easy to grow bulb, requiring little water, once established. Great for bringing a little elegance to your garden, perfect for cut flowers. Mid-spring flowering.
Supplied as dormant bulbs in a pack of 1.
Not for TAS due to quarantine restrictions.
- Suitable for areas with full sun
- Ideal in pots or containers
- Suitable to cut for vases
- Plant 50cm apart
- Grows to 1 - 1.3m high
- Spring - Summer
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Common Name: ALLIUM Also known as Ornamental Onion
Botanical Name: Allium Family Name: Alliaceae
Plant Type: Dormant Bulb
Planting Time: Autumn
Planting Depth: 8-10cm
Positioning: Full Sun
General Information: Our Alliums vary in bulb size, type of foliage, and height of their brightly coloured flowers.
The flowers grow to a height of:
Bridal Mist 30 -50cm
Mount Everest 1.1-1.3m
Pinball Wizard 1.5m
Sorcerers Lily (Moly) 20-30cm
Able to withstand temperatures down to -15°C. Drought hardy. Prefer Mediterranean to temperate conditions.
Soil: Prefer well-drained soil with near nuetral pH.
Watering: Prefer well-drained soil. Water well after planting and while in bloom. Do not water after flowering, as wet soil will rot bulbs.
Fertilising: Work a small amount of complete granular fertiliser or well-decayed manure through soil prior to planting. As buds form, apply a complete fertiliser.
Pests: Fairly pest resistant as they produce sulphur, which repels insects and most pests.
Lifting & Storage: May be left undisturbed for many years, and should only be lifted and separated when over crowded. Dig just after flowering, normally mid December. Store in a cool, dry location.
Tips: Best if planted late autumn. Require a cold winter in their dormant stage to flower. Alliums are very slow to multiply. Generally do not like to be planted in pots. For best results, plant in clumps. Flowers form as foliage starts to die off.