ormential allium

mrtoad(7b NC)May 6, 2011

At the moment I have three of these in my iris garden and would like to add more. The goal would be a 12 foot long row. Any suggestions that you would have for me would be welcome. How far apart to create a tight row? What can I do to make these beautiful flowers happy and long lasting? thanks, mr toad

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denninmi(8a)

You can plant them about 4 inches apart. They are really easy to grow, and as rule, nothing bothers them. I had a great patch of Globemaster taken out by voles last year, which was a first, never seen anything eat them before that.

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