- Flowering Time
- Planting Time
- RHS Recommended
- Plants for Pollinators
- Flowering Height
- 40 cm
- Bulb Size
- Top Size
- Pinks & Pastels
A summer-flowering Allium which produces fuzzy, soft-lilac blooms, darkening in colour as the season progresses from attractive mounds of foliage, which remain green all year round.
Allium ‘Angulosum’ is charmingly known as mouse garlic and has small, narrow bulbs which are edible.
Extremely attractive to bees and summer pollinators, ‘Angulosum’ is easy to grow and will return year after year adding architectural beauty to both modern and traditional gardens with its lavender-pink, bobbing drumsticks.
Angulosum makes a wonderful cut flower and cleverly extends Allium season, as the blooms appear later in summer than most other varieties.
Leave the flowers to fade naturally and they will add winter interest to your borders.