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Mountain Bells Mixture

SKU: 67358

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  • Size

    4+ cm bulb
  • Zone

    3 to 8
  • Bloom Time

    Late Spring
  • Height

    10-14"
  • Soil Requirement

    Well drained
  • Deer Resistant

Description

Got animals feasting on your bulbs and plants? This mixture of hardy Mountain Bells allium bulbs is especially well suited to create colourful gardens where rodents, rabbits and deer love to munch. The bulbs and the plant are rejected by even the most troublesome plant predators. These eye-catching alliums are easy to grow and produce a riot of carefree colour. Blooms burst in small clusters during the drab, late-spring months when petals of most bulbs have faded and summer flowers have yet to open. Sweetly fragrant Mountain Bells multiply freely year after year with hundreds of blooms. Allium oreophilum, moly, neopolitanum

Alliums are not available in ID, NV and WA.

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Mountain Bells really work!
Jun 17, 2014  |  By Sheryl
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"I bought these to add color to my late spring garden, with additional hopes of keeping the deer out of my hosts and coral bells.Planted around the perimeter of my bed, they really work-not even a hoof print! I recommend planting groups of bulbs together for more color UMPH. Will get some more for other beds.Thanks Breck's!"

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Botanical Name Allium moly, neapolitanum, oreophilum
  • Form Perennial
  • Hardiness Zone 3-8
  • Flowering Time Mid - Late Spring
  • Light Requirements Full Sun;Half Sun / Half Shade
  • Flower Color A mixture of rose-pink, yellow and white blooms
  • Flower Form Star-like flowers
  • Foliage Type Green
  • Growth Rate Medium
  • Zones 3 to 8
  • Height/Habit 10-14"
  • Spread Under 6 inches
  • Planting Instructions 3" deep and 2 - 3" apart
  • Soil Requirements Well drained
  • Will Tolerate Clay Soil;Loamy Soil;Sandy Soil
  • Pruning After blooming, cut the withered flower at the top of the stem to prevent seed production and then allow the leaves to wither and turn brown before removing them. The green leaves provide nourishment for the bulbs.

Paint your garden in a rainbow of colours with a Mountain Bells Mixture. Simple to grow and maintain, this collection includes a mix of Allium oreophilum, Allium moly and Allium neapolitanum bulbs. Growing to an impressive height of 10-14 inches, these flowers bloom in clusters of charming pink, white and yellow star shaped blossoms that delight the senses with their pastel colours and sweet scent. Lovely and fragrant, these blooms enhance your landscape in mid to late spring.

Plant your Dutch bulbs in the autumn, about 3 inches deep and 2 to 3 inches apart in clay, sandy or loamy soil. These flowers thrive in zones 3-8 and require well drained soil and full to partial sunlight. Hardy perennials, these bulbs will naturalise easily and will multiply with every new season. This mix is both aesthetically pleasing and practical, since alliums aren't appealing to animals. Therefore, they're an excellent choice for gardens where critters like to feed on the foliage.

Alliums deter pests while providing a sweet scent and beautiful blooms. Place the Mountain Bells mixture along borders to discourage deer from munching on other spring flowers, or use them as an attractive tall ground cover. Create bouquets and enjoy their delicious fragrance indoors, or use them in dried arrangements. Add low maintenance, fragrant blossoms to your garden with the Mountain Bells mixture.

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Item 67358 cannot ship to: AE AK GU HI ID PR WA


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