Shire Wild Bulbs and Nursery
Alliaceae Tulbaghia

Tulbaghia

A Southern African genus commonly known as ‘wild garlic’ comprises of 20 species. Some species are well-known garden plants but many others have great potential as horticulturally important plants. Being more sensitive than the evergreen species, the summer growing species are best grown in medium sized pots to ensure dry winter dormancy. Tulbaghia enjoy a compost-rich, well-drained medium in a sunny position with regular watering. The readily form clumps and prefer to remain undisturbed until outgrowing their containers.  The evergreen species from dense ground covers, and once established are very water-wise.

Name Tulbaghia cernua

Tulbaghia cernua c shire bulbs 

Common name wild garlic
African name  
D/E deciduous
Rainfall summer
Height 50cm
Light requirements fs
Flowers November
Medicinal uses  
 

  

 
Name Tulbaghia violacea

 Tulbaghia violacea c shire bulbs

Common name wild garlic
African name  
D/E deciduous
Rainfall summer
Height 50cm
Light requirements fs
Flowers November
Medicinal uses  
Saturday, December 16, 2017

Shade Code

FS -  full sun
SS -  semi shade
S -    shade

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