Nectaroscordum siculum (syn. Allium siculum)
Flowering early November, the cascading bell-shaped flowers are a subtly shaded pinkish-cream tinted with purplish-red and green, reaching a height of 90 cms. The flowers then turn upright as the seed pods form, creating a dramatic turret-topped display through into Autumn. Will grow in sun or part-shade.
Common name: Sicilian Honey Garlic.
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