"Jackpot" ornamental onion is the early summer beauty. Its huge purple-pink, ball-shaped flowers immediately attract attention and delights the eyes. They consist of numerous single, star-shaped flowers that form light, intricate clusters that measure up to 15 centimetres in diameter. "Jackpot" ornamental onion harmonizes with ornamental grasses, flowering perennials, and other varieties of that species. Presented plant is perfectly suited for group plantings. It will immediately take over sunny borders, adding an unusual form and a strong colour accent to it. Ornamental onion and garlic species become more and more valued by the florists. Cut ornamental onion inflorescences delight with their decorative value that predestines them for modern bouquets and compositions in vases. "Jackpot" ornamental garlic flowers look great dried too. It consists a beautiful addition to durable dried bouquets and other unique arrangements. The variety that we offer here grows up to 80 centimetres tall.
Ornamental onion bulbs should be planted in autumn. This species is rather undemanding. It can grow virtually anywhere, provided the soil is not too moist. Ornamental onions develop well on sites with permeable and well-drained soil. Allium plants love sunlight and are quite resistant to drought. This plant is perfectly suited for sandy and sandy-loam soils. You do not have to dig out ornamental onion bulbs before the winter. This plant is fully resistant to frost. Excavate them only every two to three years after noticing weaker flowering in order to separate new bulbils.
Quoted price is valid for 10 bulbs of the "Jackpot" ornamental onion, sized 14/+ centimetres in circumference.