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Nectaroscordum Tripedale

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Nectaroscordum Tripedale

Dense clusters 20-30 pink and white bell-shaped flowers.

Care Guide

Commonly known as Sicilian honey garlic, Nectaroscordum are closely related to Alliums and share many of the same qualities.

Perfect for naturalising in wild, nature-friendly gardens and grassy areas, these unique plants thrive in both sunny and shaded sites.

Plant the bulbs 10cm deep and 20-30cm apart into any well-drained soil, ensuring the pointed ends face upward. Nectaroscordum can also be grown in containers with drainage holes – place the bulbs more closely together for a bountiful pot display.

Sturdy stems rise to heights of 85cm in May and June, bearing umbels of dangling, bell-shaped blooms.

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