Allium 'Serendipity'

(1 customer review)
  • Spherical-like Flowers
  • Fragrant Flowers
  • Attractive Blue Foliage

Usually Ships with 7 to 10 days

Allium 'Serendipity'

(1 customer review)
  • Spherical-like Flowers
  • Fragrant Flowers
  • Attractive Blue Foliage

Usually Ships with 7 to 10 days

$17.99

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(Ornamental Onion) It’s always fun when a ‘sport’ is found and that is the case with Allium ‘Serendipity’. A blue foliage Allium was found mixed in with Allium ‘Millenium’ a green foliage form, this resulted in an unexpected occurrence or “serendipity”. With all the great attributes that ‘Millenium’ boasts, ‘Serendipity’ features loads of 1.5-2 inch purple globe-shaped flowers on a 15-20 inch tall mounding blue-green clump. Mid to late-summer the flowers appear bringing with them the hum of pollinators and butterflies. The fragrant foliage smells like onions when crushed. Hardy in zones 4-8, Allium likes to be grown in full sun to part sun locations and is drought tolerant once established. Easy to grow and makes a nice cut flower, ‘Serendipity’ is a perfect selection for mass plantings as well as a garden border. Allium ‘Serendipity’ is a Proven Winners® Perennial.

Allium Serendipity’ PPAF
Common Name: Onion-Ornamental
Plant Type: Perennial
Brand: PROVEN WINNERS® Perennials
Hardiness Zone: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8What is my zone?
Max Height: 15 – 20 Inches
Max Spread: 10 – 15 Inches
Exposure: Full Sun (+6 hrs.), Part Shade (4-6 hrs.)
Nature Attractions: Butterflies, Hummingbirds
Critter Resistance: Deer, Rabbit
Flower Color: Purple Shades
Soil Moisture Needs: Dry, Moderate
Attributes: Cut Flower or Foliage, Drought Tolerant, Fragrant
Design Use: Border, Combination Containers, Container, Massing
Container Design: Thriller
Season of Interest (Flowering): Summer, Late Summer

1 review for Allium ‘Serendipity’

  1. Betty S

    This would be my 3rd year with this plant. I love it. Very little care and it blooms profusely. My question is whether it spreads on it’s own because I have what look like little plants coming up near it. Or maybe I just have to wait and see if they produce.

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