Tulbaghia violacea 'variegata'
Variegated Society Garlic
Tulbaghia violacea variegata is commonly known as Variegated Society Garlic because its leaves and bulbs are edible like garlic and chives but without the bad breath. Variegated Society Garlic is a clump forming herbaceous perennial growing 1-2' tall with white striped narrow grayish green leaves similar to traditional garlic or chives but a much more showy in appearance. The sweet smelling large clusters of lavender flowers have notes of hyacinth and are good to use as a cut flower. Hardy in zones 9-10.