Alliums

Alliums were everywhere this year at Kew. These of course are purely decorative, but others areΒ cultivated as onion, garlic, scallion, shallot, leek, and chives.Β They are such a fabulous flower, but don’t ask me to name the others!

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  1. The header looks amazing! Alliums seem to be everywhere these days, yet a few years ago I don’t recollect seeing them at all. I used to grow chives in the border back in the 1980s mainly as a decorative plant so I must have been ahead of the crowd!! I also have purple for you today. Seen at Beth Chatto’s nursery.

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    1. Of course you were ahead of the crowd, Kew is only just catching up!

      I’m glad you like the header – I prefer it to the square. In fact I’ve just been looking at today’s square and a few ahead I think I may have prepared these all at the end of the day as I prefer the headers in all!! Might see if I can tweak tomorrows

      How are you today?

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      1. Must admit I dropped using headers as I didn’t think I’d have time to manage a post every day. Feeling a lot better now, yesterday I was even feeling quite lively! Need to get some fresh air as that always helps, but a bit wet at the moment.

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        1. Well, surrounded by coast we do suffer from sea frets, fog and mists as well as rain – think this lot should have moved away by now, but it’s obviously decided to hang around. Hoping tomorrow is better.

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  2. They make such a lovely strong statement in a border, don’t they? I like them a lot. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚
    Jude might be late joining you today. She wasn’t feeling great and I know she has family over from Oz today. Me, I’ve just been gallivanting πŸ™‚

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