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Allium - Mount Everest

Allium - Mount Everest

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Includes: 3 Allium bulbs

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SKU: 30109-03

Very Large White Allium Bulbs for Sale | Mount Everest

Named after the Earth's highest mountain above sea level, Allium Mount Everest is the tallest, largest flowering pure white variety in cultivation. While most Alliums bloom in shades of purple, violet, or lavender, this showstopper has a graceful edge, flaunting massive white flower clusters in 6" globes. However, we love pairing these giants with the cool colors of Globemaster or Star of Persia.

Equally happy in climates ranging from zone 4 to 8, Mount Everest will happily grow in garden beds when given plenty of sunlight. Plus, these beauties are just as attractive to butterflies as they are unattractive to deer and rabbits! We love planting these giant Alliums where they can be easily admired for a touch of late spring to early summer elegance. Enjoy!

Easy to Grow Features

  • Zone: 4-8
  • Height: 24-36 in.
  • Spread: 8 in.
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Water: Moderate to Low
  • Flowering time: Late Spring to Early Summer
  • Flower Color: White
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  • Planting Depth
  • Planting Proximity
  • Planting Season
  • Plant Benefits
    Attracts pollinators. Low maintenance.
  • Water Quantity
    Low; Moderate with Growth
  • Bloom Season
    Late Spring to Early Summer
  • Sunlight Quantity
    Full Sun
  • Hardiness Zones
    Zones 4-8

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Janice Zoller
Joyful white Mt. Everest Alliums

These are located in the lot behind my house with Allium Moly, the short stumpy not so impressive one, and Globemasters. The combo of globe master and Mt. Everest, planted in a zig-zag behind Earlicheer and Thalia Daffodils is easy to enjoy from the house. Even better outside. We've had some strong winds in storms, and these have not broken. Now at Memorial Day,the white part of the blossoms is gone, with a neat lime green to enjoy with the still blooming Globemasters, and a hint of the Gigantium. Fun plants!