Flower Database

Allium Giganteum

Basic information
Flower Name
Allium Giganteum
Formal Name
Allium giganteum
Alias
花葱, Allium, giganteum
Habitat
Himalaya
Morph
Bulbous plants
Comment
Allium giganteum (scientific name: Allium giganteum) is native to Himalayas and is a bulb plant of the family Amaryllidaceae. Late spring to early summer, stretch long flower stalks, bloom a large spherical purplish flower resembling a bamboo octopus at the tip. It is a tall plant, planted in a row in the botanical garden and stands out. Allium means garlic in Latin, giganteum means huge. In the same allium genus, there is a {{chive}} (scientific name: Allium schoenoprasum).
Generic name: Allium giganteum, Scientific name: Allium giganteum, another name: Flowering Onion, Giganteum, Place of Origin: Himalayas, Plant Length: 80 to 120 cm, Leaf Shape: Sword-shaped Long Lantern Form, Leaf Margin: All Edges, Leaves: Alternate, Leaf Width: 5 cm, Inflorescence Diameter: Flower arrangement = scattering inflorescence (spherical), number of flower pieces (petal and stamens): 6, flower crown: 6 flowers, flower diameter: 0.5 cm collection of several hundreds, inflorescence diameter: 10 to 20 cm, Flower color: purple, flowering period: May to June, fruit type: bamboo shoots, bulb diameter (bulb diameter): 10 to 15 cm, use: flower bed, planted in the park, cut flower, flower arrangement.
Detailed information
Order
Asparagales
Family
Amaryllidaceae
Genus
Allium
Species
A. Giganteum
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Umbel
Petal shape
six
Leaf type
Sword
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Botanic garden Ct flower・Flower arrangement
Color
Violet
Season
May Jun
Height
80  ~ 120  [cm]
Diameter
10  ~ 20