The Persian Blue Allium, a member of
the onion family, will bring color and
interest to your garden. The colorful
globes are actually clusters of hundreds
of long-lasting, star-shaped florets. They
create a striking effect as they seem to
rise almost overnight. The Persian Blue
Allium grows to 3' and spreads about 12".
Grows well in full sun to partial shade
and combines well with low-growing
perennials such as hostas.
Zones: 3-8 - Bulb Size: 12+ cm - Height: 34-36" -
Bloom Time: Late Spring
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|Zones: 3 - 9 (-40° F.)|
Height: to 3 ft
Spacing: 4-10 inches
Depth: 4-6 inches deep
Sun/Shade: Full sun
Blooms: Early-mid summer for 1-3 weeks
Comments: Water well after planting. Leave foliage intact until it dies. Use a 5-10-5 fertilizer in the spring and fall. Remove faded flowers and seed pods. In Zone 8 and in the South, precool for 8-10 weeks at 40-45 degrees F. Mulch during the flowering season.