Tulbaghia alliacea


Tulbaghia alliacea

Scientific name

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Propagation instructions

By seed

Propagate from seed or by dividing larger clumps. The hard black seeds are best sown in spring in deep seed trays and can be planted out during their second year.

By cutting

Once the clumps that have been divided are planted, they should be left undisturbed for as long as possible. First flowering can generally be expected in the second or third year.

References and further reading

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Seedbank Quantity
Arundel Seedbank 35
Total 35
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Important characteristics

Conservation status: Least Concern

This species was selected because it has various important characteristics.

Tulbaghia alliacea is indigenous to: Cape Flats Sand Fynbos

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