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Posted by mrtoad 7b NC (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 12, 11 at 7:20

in zone 7 is the allium globemaster good for year to year performance

thanks, mr toad

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RE: globemaster

I have grown it here in Maryland with success. I do amend my soil with has a lot of clay. Give them sun and good drainage and you should be fine. Good luck!

RE: globemaster

I have read that the big alliums, in general do not do well in the Deep South. I have not tried that one, but I have planted other showy alliums in the past. Top quality, top dollar bulbs. Never got a single bloom. Never got a single one to return the second spring. Can't guarantee this will be your experience, but it is mine.

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