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Tulbaghia simmleri  - blue flowering, was previously known as Tulbaghia fragrans blue. The leaves of Tulbaghia simmleri are broader than those of T. violacea, and whilst it does well in a sunny spot, it will also bloom very well in partly shaded sites. It has larger flowers than violacea. The price is per flowering size bulb.

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  1. Reliable performer

    Posted by Sheila from Melbourne on 27th Jul 2021

    I think Tulbaghia simmleri is a greatly undervalued garden plant. My plants arrived three year ago and they are thriving in our garden now that they are fully established. They are starting to produce offsets and the abundant mauve flowers have a wonderful, sweet fragrance, they also help repel aphids. They come from a summer rainfall area where they flower in spring and summer, here in winter rainfall Melbourne they flower from late autumn to early spring.

    I don’t understand why these beautiful low maintenance plants are so rare here in Victoria where I have yet to see them in another garden.

  2. One of the best Tulbaghias I've purchased

    Posted by Dave on 13th Jan 2021

    I purchased 1 bulb, about 4 months later I have a larger clump with 6 flower spikes. wonderful plant.

  3. Beautiful flowers in winter

    Posted by Sheila on 5th Aug 2020

    These are very beautiful and tough plants once established, we bought 30 bulbs 2 years ago and now that they have settled into the colder Melbourne climate, they are just lovely, each bulb producing more than one long lasting flower stem in winter. The bulbs planted in more exposed areas lose their leaves and only have the flower stem in midwinter, whilst those in more protected areas keep their leaves in winter. Highly recommended garden plant.