society garlic
Tulbaghia violacea
ORIGIN: Natal, Transvaal and the
eastern Cape in South Africa

PLANT: Clump forming herbaceous
perennial

WATER: Regular irrigation during
the growing season; less during
dormant season; drought tolerant
once established.

LIGHT: Full sun for best flowering

COLD TOLERANCE: 20 degrees

FLOWER: Lavender 1" tubular
shape; borne in clusters; smells like
fresh baked garlic bread

SEASON OF BLOOM: Summer to
fall

USES: Container plant; perennial
garden; front of the border; rock
garden