"Magic" ornamental onion is a bulb flower that has been enjoying high popularity lately. When in full bloom in summer, one simply must adore it. Presented plant, easy to grow and resistant, wonderfully adorns borders, flower beds, and rock gardens. The flowering period of the ornamental onion constitutes a perfect bridge between the last spring flowers and the summer perennials. Its tremendous colour fits into every garden and diversifies it. Tiny purple flowers that are gathered in clusters on a stiff, naked stem, delight with their unique appearance. The flower and leaves of ornamental onions excrete a characteristic aroma that attracts bees and butterflies.Â The beautiful, unique inflorescences are perfect cut flowers for vases. They allow you to create wonderful bouquets and compositions. You can also leave them on the plant and let them transform into great looking aggregated fruit.Â Presented "Magic' ornamental onion grows about 60 to 70 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 1 bulb of the "Magic" ornamental onion, sized 18/+ centimetres in circumference.