Society Flower or Tulbaghia Violacea, has lovely, lavender-pink blooms atop green, narrow, grass-like foliage. Society Flower is native to South Africa. Society Flower blooms all summer long and grows with a clump-like habitat. The foliage on Society Flower adds a textural touch to containers and makes an excellent border plant as well. Airy foliage on Society Flower has a garlicky scent when brushed up against. (Flowers and leaves are edible and have a mild, garlic taste) Plant grows to 18 inches tall with bloom held a little higher than the foliage. A delightful addition to your summer garden, bog area, in containers in your pond or in herb gardens.
Height 1-1 1/2 feet Tall
Width 1/2 - 1 foot wide with clump-like habitat
Sunlight Requirements Full sun to part shade (blooms best in full sun)
Moisture Requirements Moist soil
Bloom Lavender-pink blooms July through September
Plant your Society Flower in moist, loamy soil in the bog area of your pond, or in the pond in loam soil in containers-- with an inch of water over the roots. Plant in full sun to part shade. Blooms best in full sun! Great in the landscape as borders or to soften the rockery in a rock garden or in containers. Keep soil moist during dry periods.
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