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  • Richard Morris
    Mike Jackson (mike-de-hest@talk21.com) added the comment: Living in NW England my garden is overun by a pale blue allium bought some 20 years ago. It grows 20
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      Mike Jackson (mike-de-hest@...) added the comment:

      Living in NW England my garden is overun by a pale blue allium bought
      some 20 years ago. It grows 20 to 25cm tall and flowers more like a
      bluebell than an onion. A particular feature is a large amount of
      folliage in the late autumn - no doubt gathering energy for its spring
      rampage. At the edge of woodland and competing with grass it is well
      behaved. It is the sunny soil beds and crevices under flags that it
      loves to invade. Any suggestions as to the precise variety, please? N W
      England - cultivated open ground


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