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Tulbaghia

Common Name(s):
Pink agapanthus, Society garlic, Sweet garlic, Wild garlic
Cultivar(s):
Silver Lace , T. fragrans
Category:
Summer Bulbs
Comment:

Prefers well-drained, light soil; sweetly fragrant flowers; long bloom period; foliage has onion-like smell when crushed; drought and moderately salt tolerant; this plant is resistant to damage by deer

Season:
Summer
Light:
Full-PM Sun
Color:
lavender-pink
Height:
12-16 in.
Space:
8-12 in.
Depth:
Cover 2 in. (5 cm)
Organ:
Tuberous roots
Hardiness:
Tender III - injured below 25°F (2°C)
Storage:
Store tuberous roots in moist peat at 45°F (7°C)
Tags:
salt tolerant, perennial bulb, deer resistant

NCCES plant id: 929

Tulbaghia violacea Tulbaghia violacea
Stephen Wedgwood, CC BY-NC-2.0
Tulbaghia violacea Tulbaghia violacea
Scott Zona, CC BY-NC-2.0
Tulbaghia violacea Tulbaghia violacea
Manuel, CC BY - 2.0