Nectaroscordum are related to Allium and are often considered to belong to that genus. Whatever their status, these are superb garden plants, with tall robust spikes of individually large and fragrant flowers.
The species that we grow is well-mannered and does not form the myriad offsets associated with some of the aggressive, weedy species such as siculum or bulgaricum. This is never a weed, indeed it would be nice if it made some offsets! Instead you must wait for five to six years for them to flower from seed.
Order from Autumn list only.