Allium - Millenium

Status: Out of Stock
Mature Height: 15 to 20 inches
Mature Spread: 10 to 12 inches
Proper Name: Millenium

Product type: Perennial - Pot

Tags: Bloom Summer, Deer Resistant, Dry Conditions, Feeds Pollinators, Flower (Purple), Full Sun


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2018's Perennial Plant of the Year, the Millenium Allium is deer/rabbit resistant and easily grown in well drained soil. The striking pink/purple 2" bulbs pair well with both warm and cool colors in the garden. The unique and highly symmetrical shape provide outstanding match for the light airy textures of grass or more dense flowering perennials. The plants grow between 15 and 20" inches tall and form dense clumps making them well suited for background or middle ground plantings. Blooms come on in midsummer from July the early September and are irresistible to hummingbirds, butterflies and other pollinators. Outside of the blooming season these ornamental onions form beautiful green clumps that do well to highlight the blooms of other plants. We recommend grouping of 3-5 plants, which plants out around 1.5 to 2.5 square ft. for area of dense green upright foliage and bold splash of bright purple summer color.

Bloom Color:Bright purple
Bloom Period:Mid to late summer
Genus & Species:Millenium
Mature Height:15 to 20 inches
Mature Spread:10 to 12 inches
Plant Spacing:6 to 8 inches
Planting Depth:1 to 2 inches
Planting Time:Spring Planting
Soil Type:Well drained soil
Sun Exposure:Full Sun
Zone:4 to 8

General care for any tree or shrub is easy, but like any living thing will require your attention. Please educate yourself and follow these simple rules.

Caring for Allium - Millenium

Allium is easy to grow from full sun to part shade making it a very versatile plant. I will tolerate soil with any fertility making it a great choice for barren rocky soils and clay. Both disease and wildlife resistant it is a great plant for beginner and experienced gardeners alike.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Don Carvey

Big plants, good plant packaging

Barbara Kagen

Just planted

Nora Couch

Plants much smaller than I expected