Native to South Africa. Dense clumps of straight, narrow, evergreen leaves send up slim, 1–2-ft. stems topped by clusters of small, trumpet-shaped, pinkish lavender flowers. Suffer frost damage at 20° to 25°F/–7° to –4°C but recover quickly. Start plants from containers or divisions at any time (though early spring or early fall is best in hot-summer areas). Give well-drained, organically enriched soil. Divide clumps to increase plantings.Tulbaghia violacea
Bluish green, very narrow leaves. Clusters of 8 to 20 flowers; bloom is heaviest in spring and summer. Leaves and flower stems have onion or garlic odor if cut or crushed; leaves can be used in cooking.
Native to South Africa. Dense clumps of straight, narrow, evergreen leaves send up slim, 1–2-ft....
From China. Though this loquat produces edible fruit, it’s most often used as an ornamental. Gro...
Dense grower to 5 ft. tall and wide, with bright green leaves and lavender flowers. ‘Lynn&r...