Lop-sided onion (Allium obliquum)

This tall, distinguished and attractive species has stiff, slender stems, clasped by narrow, blue-green leaves and carry round heads of closely-packed lemon-yellow flowers. Bulbs are garlic substitute in Siberia. It remains ornamental in the garden well into summer. Good cut flower in fresh and dried arrangements.
Favorite of bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

Winterhardy perennial bulb
Height 60-130 cm
Width 15-25 cm
Spacing 15 cm
Flowering time June-July
Site sunny, medium moisture, well drained, chalky, loamy, sandy soil
Propagation bulblets, seeds
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