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Image Bocca Di Rosa
Iris TB
Least Liked
So far it seems hardy, vigorous and a good bloomer.
A bit too soft color for my taste, but maybe better in clump?

Lilli wants
Image Allium 'Ambassador'
Intense color. Especially valuable for cutting, but its border use is somewhat limited by the large size of the foliage.
Image Allium 'Globus'
Quite long blooming.
Showed suspicious leaf pattern in foliage and as some of the bulbs subsequently rotted during summer storage I decided to discard everything. 'Globemaster' remains a lot better option.
Image Ornamental Onion (Allium 'Mount Everest')
Easy grower and probably more tolerant of a less ideal planting spot than many other giant Allium.
Ornamental Onion (Allium 'Ostara')
Foliage remains green even longer than on A. karataviense.
Very interesting color.
Extremely fast reproduction through tiny daughter bulbs.
Could easily get out of control!
Image Allium 'Summer Drummer'
credit: Rillke Allium altissimum
Used to have the 'Samson' selection. Very large foliage and flower heads no larger than the common 'Purple Sensation'. Mine never became as tall as they are supposed to be. Discarded.
Image Ornamental Onion (Allium giganteum)
The gray foliage takes up considerable space, but is actually decorative, which is uncommon for giant Alliums.
Easy multiplication. Probably prefers a dry summer dormancy.
Image Giant Onion (Allium giganteum 'Globemaster')
Very long bloom and very large flowering heads. The foliage takes up little space, so is probably the best giant Allium for the border.
Needs frequent division to keep up the size of the bulbs and flower heads, it however still blooms from smaller bulbs.
credit: Нацку Flowering Onion (Allium hollandicum)
Self seeds very freely. Very easy to maintain, but can also get out of control.
Image Turkestan Onion (Allium karataviense)
Slow multiplication. Both bulb size and foliage size increases dramatically with ample fertilization in spring.
 1:38 pm. Each bulb produces a beautiful ball of shining white. Turkestan Onion (Allium karataviense 'Ivory Queen')
Seems to multiply much faster than the species.
 Courtesy Growing Colors Mountain Garlic (Allium lusitanicum 'Summer Beauty')
Tasty in the kitchen, pretty in the garden Chives (Allium schoenoprasum)
Image Ornamental Onion (Allium schubertii)
I have not noticed any increase on this one. Needs to be started from seed.
Image Grecian Windflower (Anemone coronaria 'Mr. Fokker')
Image European Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa)
Image Great Masterwort (Astrantia major 'Lars')
Image Fumewort (Corydalis solida 'Fire Bird')
Image Fumewort (Corydalis solida 'George P. Baker')

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