Please meet Young Allium

Jeg ber om unnskyldning form den litt vage tittelen, for jeg er ikke helt sikker på at dette er en Allium? Vi har Allium i hagen – opptil flere, men de har for lengst blomstret – og visnet! Men – jeg har en følelse av at dette kan være unge løk-skudd som har brukt litt mer tid på å komme seg opp i ‘stående stilling’? Det vil tiden vise, men – de er i alle fall noen ganske praktfulle planter?
I ask your forgiveness for being rather vague about the name of this plant. We do have Allium in the garden, however, it has long been blossoming and withered away! But –
I have a suspicion that this could be an off-spring from the regular plant, thus using a bit more time to grow into full size! No matter what – it’s an impressive plant. Time will show!

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7 Responses to Please meet Young Allium

  1. It’s unusual but so beautiful. You can download Plantsnap to know the names of flowers and plants

  2. Seenorway says:

    In the old days it was growing in the wild throughout our countryside, however, gradually it has become a ‘garden flower’ – practically out of sight in the wild? But, approximately 50-60 years back in time it was growing along the roadsides – at least in some parts of our country!

  3. -Eugenia says:

    It’s a gorgeous plant and very unusual. I read it is a favorite of bees and butterflies!

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