Sierui (Allium Karataviense)februari 16, 2019 | klas | Leave a comment
karataviense – pale lilac to silvery white, golf ball sized flowers with broad, artistic glaucous leaves, often with red margins; good for decorative window boxes, bedding and patio planters; very late spring; whz 4-8; 8″-10″; 1876; (12/14cm).
Allium karataviense Circa 1876, this low-growing, bee-loved heirloom has 5″-wide spheres of white florets with a pale purple-pink glow, darker midribs and broad, glaucous, blue-green foliage with thin red edges.
An unusual, ivory-white dwarf ornamental onion, Allium karataviense ‘Ivory Queen’ (Turkestan Onion) is quite attractive with its elegant globe-shaped clusters, 5 in. wide (12 cm), of starry white flowers nestled in a beautiful foliage consisting of wide and recurved, gray-green leaves, slightly red edged.
Allium karataviense, commonly called Turkistan onion, is a compact, bulbous perennial that is ornamentally grown for both its foliage and its flowers. It is native to the Karatau Mountains (hence the specific epithet) in Kazakhstan.
6-12″ tall, Allium Bulb Karataviense is a low growing pink allium. About the Alliums. The word, Allium, means ‘onion’ in Latin. Many Allium species are native to Iran, where many tulips also originate, and the edible Alliums have been cultivated and a staple of diets for over 10,000 years.
Allium karataviense is an unusual low-growing allium, bearing huge globes of star-shaped, pink flowers with a darker eye, among broad, silver-green, fleshy leaves. It’s perfect for growing in large clumps at the front of a sunny border or gravel garden, and makes a good cut flower.
Heimat und Ursprung von Allium karataviense. Der Blauzungenlauch kommt an steinigen Hängen in Turkmenistan vor. Botanische Angaben zum Blauzungenlauch. Der Blauzungenlauch zählt mit einer durchschnittlichen Wuchshöhe von 15 bis 25cm zu den niedrigen Laucharten.