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Silver Lace Society Garlic

Silver Lace Society Garlic. A very hardy and adaptable plant that will grow in a wide range of conditions, from boggy to dry soil. It’s a great companion plant for hyssop.

Another recipient of the royal horticultural society’s award of garden merit, tulbaghia violacea ‘silver lace’ is a popular cultivar of the garden stalwart, society garlic. This species is similar to silver lace, but blooms into fall. Tulbaghia society garlic is also a lovely perennial ornamental that blooms for much of the summer.

Tulbaghia Violacea 'Silver Lace' Common Name:

Its lilac flowers reach up to. Also edible is tulbaghia ciolacea. Edible leaves and flowers, both have an onion flavour.

 

It Will Grow In A Sunny Spot To Partial Shade.

A very hardy and adaptable plant that will grow in a wide range of conditions, from boggy to dry soil. Silver lace (tulbaghia violacea silver lace) grows from 12 to 18 inches tall, yielding lavender to violet flowers. It’s a great companion plant for hyssop.

Fragrant, Pale Purple, Star Shaped Flowers In Large Terminal Umbels.

This variety has clumping white and green narrow leaves with lavender blooms that reach up to 3 feet and open in spring. Typically available early spring through early winter. This species is similar to silver lace, but blooms into fall.

Plant Database Entry For Variegated Society Garlic (Tulbaghia Violacea 'Silver Lace') With 11 Images, One Comment, And 30 Data Details.

 

Variegated grey/green/cream, onion scented, long narrow leaves. Ad we have a plant to suit you and every room in your home, explore our range today. I use it in front of taller, evergreen shrubs with annuals planted in front of it, but looks great as a border on its own.

The Silver Lace Cultivar Has A White Stripe On Each Side Of The Leaf.

Does well in mostly full sun and our sandy soil. Clusters of lavender, garlic scented flowers appear spring through late summer. The society garlic plant has a pleasant garlic smell, and the leaves can be chopped like chives and added to salads, soups, and many dishes.

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