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    • Nectaroscordum siculum subsp. bulgaricum

      N. siculum subsp. bulgaricum is an upright bulbous perennial to 1.2m tall, with narrow keeled leaves to 40cm long, and umbels of nodding green-tinged cream flowers with purple markings, in early summer, followed by erect seed capsules

    • Nectaroscordum siculum

      N. siculum is a robust perennial with keeled basal leaves and a stem to 1.2m in height, with a terminal umbel of nodding, long-stalked, bell-shaped flowers combining cream, pink and green tints, followed by decorative, erect seed pods in late summer

    • Allium tripedale

      A. tripedale is a bulbous perennial with linear, keeled basal leaves to 30cm long, which smell of garlic. In summer stout stems to 1m produce dense clusters of 20-30 bell-shaped, white flowers, often with pink markings

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  • Garden thugs: potential nuisance plants/RHS Gardening

    Other garden plants that can become prolific self-seeders include Anemanthele lessoniana , camassia , chives , fennel (Foeniculum vulgare), Nectaroscordum siculum , sisyrinchium and Verbena bonariensis...

  • Bulbs/RHS Gardening

    Summer-flowering: Allium , Camassia, Cardiocrinum, Crocosmia, Dierama , Eucomis , Galtonia, Ixia, Lilium, Nectaroscordum and Watsonia

  • Bulbs: naturalising/RHS Gardening

    Nectaroscordum siculum

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