- Flower nameTulbiaghia violacea
- Scientific nameTulbaghia violacea
- Aliasツルバギア・ビオラセア, Tulbaghia violacea, 瑠璃二文字, wild garlic
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, July, August, September, October, November
What is Tulbiaghia violacea
Tulbiaghia violacea or Society garlic, wild garlic (scientific name:Tulbiaghia violacea) is a perennial grass of the family Amaryllidaceae native to South Africa. About 10 violet florets with funnel-shaped tips and six deep splits are bloomed in the inflorescences that extend from the tips of the flower stems that emerge from between the linear root leaves. Break the stem and leaves to garlic (Scientific name: Allium sativum).
General name: Tulbiaghia violacea, Scientific name: Tulbaghia violacea , also known as:society garlic, wild garlic, Place of Origin: South Africa, grass height: 30-40 cm, Root Leaves, Leaf Shape: Linear, Leaf Color: Green, Inflorescence Shape: umbela, Corolla Shape: Funnel Shape with 6 Deep Fissures, Flower Color: Purple / Light Blue Purple Flower diameter: 2 cm, flowering period: April to November (year anniversary in warm regions), fruit type: capsule.