Society Garlic


Lavender Flowering

Society Garlic's pretty flowers are produced on tall stems over a long season. The beautiful foliage make this plant a very welcome accent at the water garden edge. Leaves and rhizome have a strong "garlic" smell, and the pretty lavender flowers have a "sweet" scent. Prefers to grow just above the water line in wet soil. This is an excellent bog plant.

Buyer gets FIVE plants with developed bulbs that will produce flowering stems this season and multiply over fall and spring.

Light: Full to partial sun
Bloom: Early summer to autumn
Flower color: Lavender to lilac

We recommend immediate re-positioning into a bucket with a couple of inches of water, in light shade, until the plant(s) can be conveniently prepared for your water garden.