Life Cycle Perennial
Planting Season Fall
Color Mixed
Growth Habit Clumping
Bloom Season Early Summer

Plant Characteristics Attracts Bees, Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Pollinators, Easy to Grow & Maintain, Fragrant
Use Container Garden, Cut Flower Garden, Dried Flowers
Growing Conditions Drought Tolerant, Outdoor
Plant Resistance Deer, Rabbit

About Long Lasting Mix - Allium Bulbs


Seed Type Bulb
Also known as Ornamental Onion, Flowering Onion

Five of our long-lasting allium favorites in all shapes and sizes! This mix gives you white alliums mixed with purples, and since the tiny flowers that make up each globe have slightly different shades, what you get are mesmerizing, color-shifting blooms. They are late-spring bloomers and last well into the summer; and when the flowers fade, their ornamental seed heads keep the color show going! Alliums belong to the onion family, so they are deer and rabbit deterrents, while bees and butterflies love them! They also add a spectacular pop to any bouquet or arrangement.

Mix Contents Giant Spider, Violet Beauty, Ivory Queen, Purple Sensation, Miami

Planting Information

Planting Long Lasting Mix - Allium Bulbs

Planting Season Fall
Light Requirement Full Sun, Partial Shade
Planting Depth 6 inches deep
Plant Height Varies
Plant Spacing 5 to 6 inches
Water Needs Average
Hardiness Zones 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Bulb Size 10-11 cm circumference
View our Allium Planting Guide to learn more.


Recommended Coverage
15 Bulbs / Fall-Planted | Ships in Fall Up to 7.5 Sq. Ft
30 Bulbs / Fall-Planted | Ships in Fall Up to 15 Sq. Ft
45 Bulbs / Fall-Planted | Ships in Fall Up to 22.5 Sq. Ft

Companions Plants

Companion Plants for Long Lasting Mix - Allium Bulbs

Aesthetic or Culinary