Tulbaghia violacea (Society Garlic) 12cm Pot

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Tulbaghia violacea is a clump-forming perennial with a strong garlic smell, earning it its American common name of Society garlic. The smell comes from the crushed leaves or flower stems, making it unsuitable for use as a cut flower. However, apart from the garlic smell, the plant is worth growing for its beautiful large heads of lavender blooms held on tall stems from mid-summer to early autumn.  The flowers are attractive to pollinators, including moths, and are also edible, as are the leaves.

For best results grow Tulbaghia violacea in fertile, moist but well-drained soil in full sun. In colder regions plants may need protection from frost – alternatively grow in containers which you can move indoors in autumn.

Supplied in a 12cm pot

Availability: 5 in stock

SKU: A Tulbaghia* / B NL - 645969591 / C 10970914 / D DE Categories: ,
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