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Amaryllidaceae
Tulbaghia violacea


fremont5
fremont5
Flower Petal # 6
Main Color    
Color 2    
Type Categories Useful Parts

Herb

Amaryllidaceae Family

Tulbaghia Genus

Location

Fremont, California
USDA Zones 7 - 10

Physical Description
Perennial with narrow, grayish green leaves and large clusters of pink, lavender or lilac flowers growing on stalks of 16-24 inches. There are from 8-20 flowers (each one less than one inch across) in each cluster. The (underground) rhizome smells like garlic but the flowers smell sweet.


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General Information

Blooms from early summer to late autumn.



Society Garlic
Society Garlic - November 04, 2009

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