Allium zebdanense

Sat, 21 Apr 2007 01:28:00 PDT
 A zebdabense originates from Libanon and it  quite hardy all around the
M├ęditerranean.  To be planted  at least 10 -20 bulbs together and forms
attractive tall clumps in a rockery.  The rather late time af flowering (at
the moment) follows nicely that of A cowannii, triquetrum,  subhirsitum.

Lauw de Jager
South of France (zone 8 Olivier)

> I've grown them outdoors unprotected for maybe 8 years. They
> expand as a clump, but I have not seen them seed around. Even during
> our recent late freezes of 18 for two nights less than 2 weeks ago,
> the foliage has mostly popped back and some of them managed to bloom.
> Totally hardy here.

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