The Allium family includes onions, leeks, and chives, but the ornamental varieties have become increasingly popular with gardeners thanks to their unique beauty. Globe-shaped flower clusters float above thin, elegant flower stalks. Allium bulbs are planted in fall, and bloom in late spring, bridging the gap nicely between spring-blooming flower bulbs and early summer perennials, such as Peonies, Poppies, and Salvia. For a pop of color and texture, plant Alliums in groups, or plant among perennials. Within their hardiness zones, they will return year after year and may naturalize and spread over time. Leave spent flowers standing to add interesting texture to your garden through the fall and winter.
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
2" Flower heads
Green strap-shaped foliage.
9 bulbs per sq. ft.
Plant 6" deep
Late spring to early summer
Great For Mass Plantings, Multiplies / Naturalizes, Easy To Grow, Good For Cut Flowers, Good For Dried Flowers, Fragrant Flower / Foliage, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant
Heirloom. Flower shape is a half-globe of florets. Perennial in zones 4-9. Annual in zones 2, 3, 10.
Sandy Soil, Loamy Soil, Clay Soil, Drought/Dry Soil, Well-Drained Soil
Dry, Well Draining
|Item Package Size|
Bag of 15
Bulb, Rhizome, Tuber
Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, West, Southwest, Pacific Northwest
|Poisonous or Toxic to Animals|
Toxic to dogs and cats.
|Ships to Hawaii, Alaska & Canada|