Society Garlic, 6" Pot
Society Garlic is a tender perennial that has a strong garlic aroma and also somewhat resembles garlic chives in appearance. It is bluish green leaves in color with small lilac trumpet-shaped flowers. Makes a nice edging for vegetable beds; good cut flower. In spring, leaves can be used in cooking.
- Great for a sunny, water-wise garden.
- In early summer, flowering scopes rise to 20” tall, bearing terminal umbels of sweetly fragrant lilac-pink flowers.
- Flowers and leaves are edible (mild garlic flavor), and may be used in soups and salads.
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Bluish green, very narrow leaves form a dense evergreen clump. In spring leaves can be used in cooking. Makes a nice edging for vegetable beds; good cut flower. Suffers frost damage at 20-25° F but recovers quickly. Deer don't browse these plants. 'Variegata' Has a creamy stripe down the middle of each leaf; in 'silver lace', leaves are edged in white. Foliage of 'Tricolor' Has white edges with a pinkish cast that intensifies in cool weather.