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Family: AsparagaceaeMain Season: SummerFlower Colour: GreenLeaf Colour: GreenFoliage: DeciduousPosition: Light/Part ShadeSoil Type: Ordinary, medium loamHeight: 45cm to 60cm (18" to 2')Peat Free? YesHardiness Guide: RHS H6 minimum -15C to -20CPot Size: 1L
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An unusual bulbous plant making a spike of starry greenish white flowers on a wiry stem to 50cm in summer. Rare British native. Easy in decent soil in light shade.
Rosettes of narrow, greyish green leaves are produced early in the year but the flower spikes do not appear until summer. Attractive to grow amongst lower growing mat forming perennials where the slender growth will look good overhead.
The new flowering shoots are edible and used to be cultivated commercially giving rise to the common name: Bath Asparagus.
From woodland edge, clearings and hedgerows in the UK and southern Europe.
A really good bulbous plant for a sunny, well drained site. Funnels of broad greyish leaves and strong upright stems with spikes of large white bells in summer to 90cm.
A classy summer flowering bulb with spires of jade green bells on strong stems to 70cm. Drained but good soil in full sun. More likely to thrive in warm sheltered gardens.