How Late Can Allium Bulbs Be Planted?

Learn how late you can plant allium bulbs in fall, and still have beautiful blooms in spring.

Allium bulbs can be planted as late as the ground allows, as long as the soil is not frozen.

The bulbs benefit from being in the ground a few weeks before freezing to set some roots and establish.

As long as there are still a few weeks before the ground freezes, you can plant the bulbs for blooms the following season.

Dig the planting hole to the right depth for the bulbs- these bulbs are being planted in November.

Plant allium bulbs with the root side down.

Planting depth is dependent on the size of the bulb, and is generally 2 to 3 times the height of the bulb.

Read our full article to read all about just how late you can plant allium bulbs!