Tulbaghia Cominsii X Violacea
This forms a neat clumps of grass like leaves, the flowers are very pink with a darker middle from darker pink buds the stems are 40 - 45 cm high. Very distinct.
Tulbaghia Purple Eye
This new variety is a cross between cominsii x violacea, It has pale pink flowers with distinct purple in the centre
A vigorous Tulbaghia forming clumps, leaves are 30 cm long, grey-green. Flower heads are 5 7 cm round on stems 30 - 40 cm high, intense pink and flowers June - November. The leaves are evergreen, Hardy.
Tulbaghia Violacea Alba
Grows exactly like the pink violacea but these flowers are pure white. We find the white rare in cultivation.
Tulbaghia Violacea Fairy Star
Grass like leaves, pale pink flowers, slightly darker centre, the flower call is 7 - 8 cm across when fully open, flowering from late April - September. The leaves a have a lovely garlic smell in the evening.
Tulbaghia Violacea Dissect White
Beautiful white flowers with a yellow centre opening from pale pink buds. Foliage typical violacea, flowers June - September - Eye catching
Tulbaghia Violacea Hazel - NEW CULTIVAR
An outstanding new colour break, and very nice. The flowers are pale brownish-pink, with a darker mid-rib. The centre is brown, with a yellow tip. As the flower gets older this goes intense yellow and the centre turns from brown to orange. The flower stems are 60cm high on top of foliage of long thin grass like, slightly glaucus leaves. This plant has the WOW factor.
Tulbaghia Violacea Silver Lace
This is the only commonly grown Tulbaghia available commercially. Beautiful white variegation on long leaves up to 35 cm. Can have pink base to the leaves, flowers are bright violet pink 30 - 40 cm high from May - November. Best grown in a container, needs a cold glasshouse or frame in winter. Leaves have a lovely garlic scent if crushed.
Tulbaghia Violacea White Hybrid
Grows well, flowers are pure white from pink buds on stems 30 - 35 cm high, grass like leaves.