Tulbaghia are a genus of bulbs within the Amaryllidaceae family, native to Africa. They are most commonly referred to as ‘wild garlic’ or ‘society garlic’. The genus was named by Carl Linnaeus, a Swedish botanist, in honour of Ryk Tulbagh (1699-1771), governor of the Cape colony in South Africa.
Tulbaghia are bulbous or rhizomatous clump forming perennials that closely resemble an Agapanthus, with tall stems and loose umbels of glistening flowers that are beautifully complemented by glaucous, grey-green foliage throughout summer and autumn.
Order Line: Monday - Sunday 9am - 5pm
© Hayloft Plants 2018 - The Pack House, Manor Farm Nurseries, Pensham, Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10 3HB
If, for any reason you are not delighted with your purchase, just return it to us within 21 days.
We promise to exchange the item or return the price you paid for the item in full. This is in addition to your statutory rights.
Hayloft Plants will not agree to refunding the costs of returning the parcel to us.