Allium together with the delicate Salvia.
Allium goes wild with Ranunculus repens
Allium and the later flowering Hylotelephium
When you plan your perennial border you might want it to flower from early spring to early winter if possible. In that case, however, the border will probably never reach a real peak with sumptuous blooming. Instead it is better to put effort on a certain period of the year, for instance from late summer to early autumn.
Allium aflatunense and its cultivars are also very useful as a late spring or early summer element in such late summer flowering plantings.