130mm Tulbaghia Violacae Variegata Society Garlic

I/N: 3814033
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$10.95
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Product Description

fully hardy perennial semi-evergreen plant with purple flowers in early Autumn, early Summer, late Spring, late Summer and mid Summer. It grows well in semi-shade and direct sun, and prefers medium levels of water. It has high drought tolerance. It looks best in Summer and Autumn. It is adapted to clay loam, loam, loamy sand, sandy clay loam and sandy loam soils, and prefers medium fertility.

This is a erect plant and has a clump forming growth form, and has an ultimate height of 0.5m / 1.6ft and spread of 0.5m / 1.6ft. It can take 2-3 years to reach its ultimate height.

  • Long flowering period
  • Attractive leaves
  • Dry tolerant once established

Product Details

Model Name
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Model Number
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Material
plant
Colour
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Common Name
Society Garlic
Botanical Name
Tulbaghia violacae variegata
Pot Size (mm)
130
Fully Grown Height (please specify mtr or cm)
50cm
Fully Grown Width (please specify mtr or cm)
50cm
Full Sun Position
Yes
Part Shade Position
Yes
Shaded Position
No
Sheltered location
Yes
Drought Tolerant
Yes
Suitable for Hedges
No
Suitable for Pots
Yes
Suitable for Hanging Baskets
No
Suitable for Garden Beds
Yes
Planting Tips
Appreciates summer watering
Foliage Colour
Pale mint green and cream leaves
Recommended Planting Months Vic
All Year
Recommended Planting Months NSW
All Year
Recommended Planting Months SA
All Year
Recommended Planting Months Tas
All Year
Recommended Planting Months ACT
All Year
Flowering Months Vic
Jan, Feb, Mar, Oct, Nov, Dec
Flowering Months NSW
Jan, Feb, Mar, Oct, Nov, Dec
Flowering Months SA
Jan, Feb, Mar, Oct, Nov, Dec
Flowering Months Tas
Jan, Feb, Mar, Oct, Nov, Dec
Flowering Months ACT
Jan, Feb, Mar, Oct, Nov, Dec

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