Flowering Onions = Allium

seysonn(8a WA/HZ 1)August 15, 2013

Although "Allium" is the name for a family of bulbing plants, but there is a class of them just known as " Allium" . They are planted as flowers, sold and used as cut flowers by the florists.

I have collected some seeds from them and would want to propagate more plants. But I don't know when should I plant them. OR should I refrigerate them first or not.

Any ideas out there. I would appreciate.

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