Society Flower (Tulbaghia violacea) also known as Society Garlic is a lovely little plant that hails from South Africa where it is also used as an herb. . Growing 12 inches tall with clusters of dainty, lavender-pink flowers atop the green stems and grass-like foliage from summer to fall. The leaves of Society Garlic resemble garlic chives and have a garlicky fragrance when broken or crushed which repel deer and makes it a great companion plant in your flower garden. Prefers full sun and sandy soil. Stunning when planted in mass.
Height Grows to 12 inches tall
Width Six inch spread
Sunlight Requirements Full sun to part shade
Moisture Requirements Moist soil
Blooms All summer into fall
Zone 7 - 10
Plant your Society Flower in loam soil with a little sand worked into the soil in full sun to part shade. Keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry spells. Hardy in zones 7 - 10