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All alliums like rich, well drained soil. They need a steady supply of water to ensure proper growth. In the spring, give all your alliums a good dose of a complete fertilizer, followed by regular feedings of fish emulsion throughout the growing season. Interplant alliums with rose bushes for pest control.
Good basics, but what about light exposer?
Most allium do best in full sun. Whenever you are planting something new or even a new variety of an old favorite, be sure to look at the tag to see if the one you chose requires full sun, part sun or shade.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|