Allium – Globemaster 1 bulbs/pkg

Allium is showy addition to the late spring garden.  Globemaster produces very large spherical purple blooms atop tall stems.  Unlike some later blooming perennial varieties, spring blooming allium will die back in early summer so planting with other perennials is a good way to extend colour in the garden.  Fragrant flowers and bulbs are resistant to deer and squirrels.  1 bulbs/pkg

Fall Planting For Spring Colour

Plant bulbs before the ground freezes. Pick a well-drained, rich, organic flower bed to plant into. Plant the pointed end of the bulb up ( depth and spacing listed on package ) Lightly cover with soil and water thoroughly.

Bulbs will come back year after year with the right care. In the Spring after the flower has finished blooming, remove the flower stalk to allow the plant to store energy for the next season. Let the leaves die back naturally. When the leaves are yellow you can remove them to make way for other plants in your garden.


Flower Season

early-mid spring

Light Exposure

sun/part sun

Mature Size

10" high

Pet Friendly

deer resistant

Pollinator Friendly

butterflies, bees