Allium callimishon ssp. callimischon is an ornamental garlic native to the Peloponnese, which adds a refined, decorative touch to a dry, sunny rock garden.
Late flowering at the end of the summer, producing bouquets of delicate, pearly flowers with purple stripes, borne on sturdy stems about thirty centimetres in height.
To combine with round or pruned shapes. Santolina, Dianthus, Lavandula, Armeria juniperifolia, Iberis.
Grow in the sun in a dry rock garden in poor, mainly sandy soil. Hardiness: -6°C / -10°C.
Bulbous plant in a 9.5 cm pot. Three years’ growth. Limited stock. Very rarely available in nurseries.
- 0,3L pot
- Hardiness zones : zone 8-10
- Height: 10 to 30cm
- Plant spacing: 30 cm
- Flower colour: cream
- Flowering period: autumn flowers
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