Onions can make for culinary controversy: either you love them or you don’t. But these ornamental onions (otherwise known as Allium Milleniums) charm just about everyone. We love their large pompon blooms in a rosy-pink to rich lavender. And you can look forward to dozens of poms covering the entire perennial as yours mature to 15″ tall and 18-22″ wide, all on top of strong upright stems. Even the foliage is in on the game, with a compact and full clump that’s deep green and grassy.
Your Alliums are long-blooming, fragrant and drought tolerant, thriving in full to part sun and blooming late into summer just as other color fades.
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