Allium Silver Spring


An unusual variety that is pure white with a deep purple ovary and deep pinkish red filaments.

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Allium Silver Spring is a fantastic allium with the flower head being pure white with deep red ovaries. It is a very unique allium and will always make a statement in garden borders. Alliums are excellent garden plants with the added benefit of being very attractive to bees and butterflies.

Cultivation Instructions

Allium Silver Spring performs very well with early flowering perennials. This is an Incredibly popular variety and the flowers are attractive to bees and butterflies, bring wildlife to your garden. Alliums naturalise very well in most well drained soils. This variety will with stand some water logging of the soil. Cultivate soils to a depth of 20cms and plant bulbs with the pointy bit facing upwards. Bulbs should be planted as per the growing information shown below.

Feed bulbs with bone meal or similar during the flowering period to ensure they remain health for years to come. Plant in areas that are not exposed to the worst of the elements and in soils that have not been freshly manured. Regularly feed during the growing season with foods such as well rotted manures, Tomato feed and bone meal.

Care tips:

Keep well fed during the growing season and mulch borders with well rotted manure or compost over the winter.

Growing information

Flowering Height: 2 feet (60cm)

Flowering period: June – July

Soil type: All soils that are free draining. Particularly likes humus rich soils.

Aspect: Sheltered site in semi shade to full sun, a strong grower.

Scented: No significant scent.

Planting Depth: 10cms

Planting Distance: 15cms apart.

Our tip: Can be used for Cut Flower and dry flower arrangements.

Full growing instructions provided

Bulbs will be dispatched from September on-wards.

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