9 responses to “Allium ‘Globemaster’”

  1. Catherine

    Wonderful

  2. victor

    …too good….

  3. Marguerite Shea

    Is this related to the apanthagus? I’m referring to a big blue global blossom on a green stalk. They are prevalent in landscaping in Los Angeles County. The plants also have green foliage at base. The foliage is a wide-2 to 3 inch- spears that stay green all year in L.A.
    Yes, your photo is gorgeous.

  4. Eric La Fountaine

    Agapanthus spp. are native to South Africa and belong to the Lily family, Liliaceae as do Allium spp. The two plants can have similar ball shaped inflorescences, but are of a separate genus.

  5. gillian

    I’m honoured to have my photo put up on this blog. It was one of the first photos taken with my Nikon D70, and not as sharp as I would’ve liked. I had no idea it was an onion plant! It was just one of the flowers outside my apartment building. And I don’t even like onions.

  6. marilyn

    Hayley there are simply pages on this
    wonderful perennial.

  7. Beverley

    Allium giganteum ‘Globemaster’ – Z6-10 – A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Brickell, Cole, Zuk

  8. Sue

    Not only are the flowers beautiful, its seeds are just as lovely and last well into late summer. This is definitely a perennial for everyone as it’s easy to grow and drought tolerant.

  9. Helene Hebert

    J’ai des allium giganteum dans la court de ma nouvelle maison. Quel sont les soins a y apporter pour en avoir aussi l’an prochain??
    Merci de me renseigner…Je suis profane en la matiere..
    Helene

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