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Nearing the end of summer, this beautiful perennial brings life to a garden with its beautiful bubble-shaped flowers. Dark dusty purple flower globes are produced above attractive glaucous blue-green foliage. The leaf blades twist and curl to provide additional interest. Compared to the popular 'Millenium', 'Lavender Bubbles' blooms later and is a darker shade of purple. Like other Allium, 'Lavender Bubbles' is carefree, easy to grow, and deer and rabbit resistant.

Alliums are charming plants for the rock or herb garden. When the foliage is bruised, it smells like onions since they are in the onion family. Butterflies and honeybees adore the flowers' sweet nectar but deer and rabbits steer clear of this perennial beauty.

 

Allium is very easy to grow in full sun to part shade. It will tolerate soil of any fertility and will grow in clay soil. This selection has not been known to reseed and is not invasive. It may be propagated in fall by digging it up and dividing the rhizome with the bulblets attached. Allium is typically pest and disease free. Its aromatic foliage also makes it deer and rabbit resistant.

 

From Watler's Gardens

Allium 'Lavender Bubbles'

SKU: 7646318893861
$10.00Price
  • Common Name Ornamental Onion
    Plant Type Perennial
    Zone 4-8
    Height 12-14"
    Spread: 20-22"
    Growth Habit Uprignt, Mounding
    Growth Rate Medium
    Bloom Time

    Late Summer

    Early Fall

    Light
    Requirements

    Full Sun (>6 hrs. Direct Sun)

    Part Shade (4-6 hrs. Direct Sun

    Water Needs

    Low Water Needs
    Average Water Needs

    Soil Type

    Poor Soil Quality

    Average Soil Quality

    Fertile Soil Quality

    Animal
    Resistance

    Deer Resistant

    Rabbit Resistant

    Tolerance Drought Tolerant
    Uses

    Border Plant

    Container

    Cut Flower

    Easy To Grow

    Fragrant Flowers

    Fragrant Foliage

    Mass Planting

    Origin Not Native to North America
    Attracts                

    Attracts Butterflies                         

    Bee Friendly

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