White-Flowered Society Garlic

Tulbaghia violacea 'Alba'

Good border, container, and rock garden plant. Flowers and leaves are garlic-scented and can be used for seasoning either fresh or cooked. We like to use the leaf tips and flowers in our famous OAEC salad mix for a surprising kick, or the leaves chopped and tossed fresh in steaming pasta. A beautiful rare white-flowered form of society garlic that is deer, fire, and drought tolerant, and somewhat gopher resistant.

Water: Moderate to Dry, but looks best with water

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

Habit: Evergreen perennial 1 to 3' tall

Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade

Soil: Well-draining

Origin: Cultivar of purple-flowered society garlic

Additional Characteristics: Edible Flower, Deer Resistant

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White-Flowered Society Garlic