Variegated Society Garlic

Tulbaghia violacea 'Silver Lace'

Variegated society garlic is a grassy, clumping groundcover that grows to around 1’ tall. Lilac-purple flower clusters delight, and creamy white stripes line the edges of each strappy, blue-green leaf, giving the plant additional color. Although garlic-scented flowers will bloom more abundantly in full sun, variegated society garlic also grows quite well in the shade. It looks lovely when planted along the edge of a pond or near a water feature.

Water: Moderate to Dry, but looks best with water

Hardiness: Frost tender, disappears in the Winter but recovers from its roots

Habit: Evergreen perennial 10 to 15” tall

Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade

Soil: Well-draining

Origin: Cultivar of purple-flowered society garlic

Additional Characteristics: Edible Flower

Variegated Society Garlic