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Tulbaghia violacea, commonly known as wild garlic, is an evergreen perennial. It is a bulbous, fast-growing plant that can reach a height of 0.5 m. They can be recognised by their long, narrow, strap-like, leaves which are slightly fleshy and can smell strongly of garlic when bruised.

They produce a pinkish/mauve flower which appear during January – April. When these flowers are picked, they also smell of garlic.

Wild garlic grows easily in most soils, but prefers a well-drained soil consisting of compost.

Some uses of wild garlic include:

  • Edging plants
  • Rockeries
  • Along pathways for decoration
  • Ground covers

An excellent water-wise plant as little watering is required.

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