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A. carulium

Posted by lilwormy2003 z5WI (lilwormy2003@aol.com) on
Tue, Jun 27, 06 at 13:34

This is the first year I have grown Alliums. I have some A. carulium that I really like. I see they are producing bulblets. Can/how should I plant them? Any tips or experiences will be appreciated.

Wormy


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RE: A. carulium

anyone?? lol


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RE: A. carulium

Hi Wormy,
Your questions deserves an answer from somebody knowing more about A. caerulum than I.

I would grow the bulblet like I would with garlic topsets. Plant them in the soil about one and a half times the depth of the bulb in early autumn. Until then - harvest when mature, let them dry and store at roomtemperature until plantingtime.

Hope this will provoke a more knowledged person to give you an answer based on experience with A. caerulum.

Sören.


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Thank you Sren, I'll give it a try.
Wormy


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