Bloom Time: Mid-summer to early fall
Sun Requirements: Full sun to part shade
USDA Hardiness Zone: 4-8
Name: Prairie Onion
Scientific Name: Allium stellatum
Introducing Prairie Onion, a remarkable native plant that graces your garden with its captivating beauty. This perennial thrives in USDA Hardiness Zones 4-8 and delights with its star-shaped pink to lavender blooms during mid-summer to early fall.
The Prairie Onion's adaptability to various sun conditions makes it a versatile choice for any garden. With its slender, grass-like foliage that emerges in early spring and persists throughout the year, it adds a touch of elegance to your landscape.
This native plant is not only a visual delight but also a valuable resource for pollinators and songbirds, enhancing the biodiversity of your garden. Its nectar-rich flowers attract butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects. A fun fact about the Prairie Onion is that it has a strong onion-like scent when its leaves or bulbs are crushed.
Bring the enchanting Prairie Onion to your outdoor space and enjoy its low-maintenance beauty. Gardeners will be pleased to know that this plant is drought-tolerant and deer-resistant, making it a hassle-free addition to your garden.
Shop now and transform your garden into a haven for wildlife with the Prairie Onion.