Late flowering allium which is very attractive to pollinators.
Allium angulosum also known as allium pyrenacium. Flowers late June through July. Magnet for bees and butterflies. Pale lilac flowers emerge from curled buds on short stems. This allium needs it's own space and is not suitable for growing through other plants. Feed well for best performance. Split every three or four years to sustain vigour. Will grow in part shade, best in full sun. Height 30cm. Clump forming. Easily divided. Free draining soil.