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Allium moly

Allium moly produces large glossy golden star-like flowers in early summer. Each stem carries up to 40 flowers... read more

Allium moly produces large glossy golden star-like flowers in early summer. Each stem carries up to 40 flowers in clusters. The flowers are very long lasting and are perfect for a rockery or herbaceous borders spreading rapidly to form large clumps they can be divided every few years. Best planted in groups of 10 or more for an eye-catching display. Rabbit, squirrel and deer resistant too!

20 Flower bulbs Very easy to grow


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Allium moly - 20 flower bulbs

Allium moly - 20 flower bulbs B03156 - Allium Moly x 20

  • 20 flower bulbs
  • Bulb size 4/5
  • Shipped from 08/15 - 12/31
<ul class='productinfolist'><li>20 flower bulbs (<b> $0.28 </b> per piece)</li><li>Bulb size 4/5</li><li>Available from 02/15 - 05/31</li></ul> 100+ pcs.in stock

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Allium moly

Allium moly produces large glossy golden star-like flowers in early summer. Each stem carries up to 40 flowers in clusters. The flowers are very long lasting and are perfect for a rockery or herbaceous borders spreading rapidly to form large clumps they can be divided every few years. Best planted in groups of 10 or more for an eye-catching display. Rabbit, squirrel and deer resistant too!

Details Allium moly

  • Very easy to grow
  • Flower colour: yellow
  • Leaf color: Green
  • Full grown height: 10 - 25 cm
  • Full grown width: 10 - 25 cm
  • Plant depth: 3''
  • Not Shipped to Idaho, Nevada and Washington
  • Suitable for: Zone 4 - Zone 8

How to take care of Allium Moly

As a general rule –Plant Allium Moly in good light well-drained soil at a depth of 3 times the height of the bulb. Large flowering Alliums prefer full sun, but all other Alliums will tolerate partial shade.

Allium Moly dislike been disturbed, so leave Allium Moly for few years untouched. Divide clumps in autumn every 3-4 years of so. You can improve heavy soil by mixing in some builders sand. Place Allium Moly bulbs with the 'nose' upward into the soil.

Always water well after planting to stimulate growth. For best results, as the buds materialize, add a high potash liquid feed in early spring to fertilize. Allow foliage to die back naturally as this will send nutrients to Allium Moly bulbs for next year’s bloom.

Please note to survive harsh winters apply a mulch (straw or newspaper) over them to avoid any frost damage. Remove when all danger of frost has passed.

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