Society Garlic keeps mosquitoes away and looks beautiful too!

Society Garlic keeps mosquitoes away and looks beautiful too! Good for chook yard fence line as will help keep away mites

Society Garlic: Leaves & flowers edible. African native plant. Zulu tribes use for medicinal purposes. Tastes peppery for a garlic.

Society Garlic [Tulbaghia violacea] A popular perennial with bluish-green long leaves, this plant produces clusters of many lavender flowers mostly in spring and summer. Divide clumps to increase plantings.

A new flavouring idea that's really decorative: Tulbaghia violacea - Society Garlic x3 Dormant Roots

A new flavouring idea that's really decorative: Tulbaghia violacea - Society Garlic Dormant Roots

Society Garlic - also called pink agapanthus. South African plant that repels mosquitoes and is grass-like.

Society Garlic (Tulbaghia Violacea) - Start Society Garlic seeds for both an ornamental and a kitchen herb. The Society Garlic plant has a pleasant garlic .

Society Garlic Tulbaghia violacea is a fast growing plant that forms clumps reaching 30 inches in height. This plant grows well in dry circumstances and makes a good rock garden or container plant. The plant has gray-green narrow leaves that are somewhat evergreen in warmer climates. Society Garlic gives off a garlic scent and has been said to help rid gardens of mole problems. The flowers are lilac in color and the plant will bloom from midsummer to early fall

Can help cure headaches and sinus. Society Garlic gives off a garlic scent and has been said to help rid gardens of mole and snakes. Crushed leaves on skin can repel Mosquitos, ticks and fleas

window box plantings with ivy, purple sweet potato vine, society garlic, petunias, angelonia, pink nicotiana, impatiens

Plant a Better Window-Box Garden

Plant a Better Window-Box Garden sweet potato vine, white impatiens, angelonia, pink nicotiana, flowering society garlic

Society Garlic is a member of the Allium family. It is a low growing, attractive perennial plant and easy to grow. During spring and summer it produces dainty star-shaped, lilac-mauve flowers at the end of long stems. The foliage will stay green all year.

Tulbaghia violacea Society Garlic, sometimes known as ‘Pink Agapanthus’

Society garlic is an attractive ornamental, perennial plant from South Africa. It forms a low growing clump to 30 cm, with dainty star-shaped, lilac-mauve flowers at the end of long stems. Flowering is over a long period from October to April. Strap-like grey-green leaves grow from a dense clump. eaves are used chopped in sauces, soups, salads and as a garnish. The flower buds steeped in vinegar give it a mild garlic flavour and can also be used as a garnish. They look attractive in salads.

Green Harvest provides growing information for edible and useful plants in the organic and permaculture garden. Society Garlic has strap-like grey-green leaves growing in a dense clump with edible violet starry flowers

Low water garden, Stipa tenuissima, Tubalghia violence, Society Garlic

Low water garden, Stipa tenuissima, Tubalghia violence, Society Garlic

By Becca Badgett (Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden) Showy flowers grow in umbel like clusters on the society garlic plant (Tulbaghia violacea). Society garlic flowers appear atop one foot tall, grass-like stems from early summer to autumn, making this plant a desirable addition to sunny flower beds. Growing Society Garlic Society garlic…

Society Garlic Plant: Growing Society Garlic In The Garden

Society garlic flowers appear atop one foot tall, grasslike stems from early summer to autumn, making this plant a desirable addition to sunny beds. Learn how to grow the plant in this article.

Society garlic landcaping

Lady Garlic or Society garlic landscaping

Society Garlic Full sun ground cover, that may repel snakes.  Has a strong garlic scent.  Don't plant by the front door!

Society Garlic Full sun ground cover, that may repel snakes. Has a strong garlic scent. Don't plant by the front door!

Herb to Know: Society Garlic

SOCIETY GARLIC

Society garlic is an attractive ornamental plant from South Africa whose leaves have a garlicky odor.data-pin-do=

Society Garlic Plant: Growing Society Garlic In The Garden

Society Garlic Plant: Growing Society Garlic In The Garden

Society garlic flowers appear atop one foot tall, grass-like stems from early summer to autumn, making this plant a desirable addition to sunny beds. Learn how to grow the plant in this article.

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