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New to Alliums

Posted by kims_flowers NC (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 18, 06 at 18:58

I planted a couple Gladiator Alliums last fall. Beginning to see greenery. I was wondering if they would multiply naturally or if there's something I need to do. Please be descriptive as I am new to life as a homeowner with flowerbeds.


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RE: New to Alliums

  • Posted by coho z8/9 N. Calif (My Page) on
    Sun, Mar 19, 06 at 23:51

There is some information at the link below. If you would do a Goggle search, you would find more, I believe.
I had Alliums in Ketchikan Alaska and they bloomed well and multiplied quite slowly. What I am trying to convey is that how well they will do depends largely on your location and your soil conditions. I wish you great success.

Here is a link that might be useful: Gladiator Alliums


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RE: New to Alliums

I have several species of ornamental alliums.
Globemasters, Gladiators and Rosenbachianum have all multiplied.
White Giants, Chrisophii, Schubertii and Mount Everests have not.
jb


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