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Allium cernuum - Nodding Onion , Onion Bulbs
Allium cernuum - Nodding Onion , Onion Bulbs
 
Called - Lady's leek , Clump-forming bulbous herbaceous perennial plant with narrow, strap-shaped blue tinged leaves and erect stems, nodding at the tips and bearing an umbel of bell-shaped pink flowers in summer, (One bulb quickly forms a large clump with many flower spikes) you can lift & divide as needed, Hardy, Deciduous Ht: 30 cm 9cm pot
Price: £3.50

Allium fistulosum - Welsh Onion , Onion Plants
Allium fistulosum - Welsh Onion , Onion Plants
 
This species originated in China (not Wales) in about 500 BC, is very similar in taste & odor to the related garden onion, however, grown in a bunch, will produce bulbs like a shallot or spring onion, but also hollow leaves & scapes like chives, also grown in a bunch as an ornamental plant, Its globe-like heads of yellowish-white flowers are also attractive, Its perennial but dies down in winter This is not the everlasting Onion!
Pot Size: 1 Ltr
Price: £4.50

Allium neopolitanum - Daffodil Garlic , Garlic Bulbs
Allium neopolitanum - Daffodil Garlic , Garlic Bulbs
 
Also known as Naples Garlic , Its young leaves have a sweetness that develops into a fairly strong garlic flavour with age, great in salads & soups. The tasty leaves are productive when little else is, appearing from late autumn until early spring. Donít forget the bulbs, (spring onion size) have a mild garlic flavour & used raw or cooked, harvested once the plant dies down in mid summer. They will store for six months or so. Even the Showy whitish to pink Flowers mid spring flowers are edible & have a strong onion flavour. Ht: 45 cm
Price: £3.50

Allium paradoxum  - few flowered Leek , Onion Bulbs
Allium paradoxum - few flowered Leek , Onion Bulbs
 
Originally from regions of Iran, introduced into uk cultivation in 1823. It has thinner leaves than Wild Garlic but a similar 'garlicky' smell. The flowers are shaped like little white hanging bulbs, grows well in deciduous woodland habitat, All parts are edible & can be eaten raw as well as made into dishes such as pesto. It can also be used as a herb to flavour food, much in the same way as Wild Garlic. Hardy Perennial.
Price: £4.50

Allium sativum var ophioscorodon , Serpent Garlic - Edible Bulbs
Allium sativum var ophioscorodon , Serpent Garlic - Edible Bulbs
 
Serpent or top setting Garlic , Hardneck, produces a flower stalk that coils like a snake, then straightens out and bears clusters of pea-sized bulblets or "bulbils" that are like miniature garlic bulbs Actually grown for its flattish leaves.& flowers, producing only small bulbs & umbels of greenish flowers from June to August. , All parts edible, eaten raw or cooked. Decidious, Hardy, Ht: 50 to 60 cm
Price: £3.50

Allium Triquetrum - 3 cornered Leek , Onion Bulbs
Allium Triquetrum - 3 cornered Leek , Onion Bulbs
 
Angled Onion or 3 cornered Ggrlic , A bulbous hardy perennial herb, introduced into cultivation by 1759 & noted as established here by 1849, initially in Guernsey. It has distinctive clusters of white, bell-shaped flowers nodding in the breeze. Itís very pretty (looks a little like snowdrops), flavour of the leaves has been variously likened to garlic, onion, spring onion, leek and garlic chives. The bulbs are described as being slightly milder than most garlic. The flowers are also edible. Ht: 45cm
Price: £4.50

 
Araine - 1 yr Crown , Asparagus Crown
 
Mid Season , (Priced for 5 x 1 yr crowns - ready for planting) A tasty variety producing a good crop of thick spears with thin, tasty tips from the crowns. Combines high productive return with a growing life of apprx 20 yrs. Suitable for most climates & soil, Also used in flower arranging as a foliage item. Self-fertile, Priced for: per 5 crowns
Price: £7.50

Babbington's Leek , Onion Plants
Babbington's Leek , Onion Plants
 
- Allium ampeloprasum var. Babingtonii - Also known as Welsh Leek - Easy to grow British perennial. Don't pull up bulbs, Harvest the leaves; can be cut down & it grows back. Spreads by tiny bulbs, (bubulis) released from atop flower stalks, leaves used like leeks, or to add garlic flavour to meats & stews, Likes a Sunny spot. Best replanted in Autumn, then around June, foliage dies back to bulb, In Sept, growth resumes.
Price: £4.50

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