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RE: Tulbaghia [society island garlic]

I have two pots of Society Garlic which I have brought inside for the
second winter.  I don't think that they bloomed last summer.  They are
doing ok in a west window with light watering.  Maybe they need a dry
period to bloom, but I really don't know.  My plants are variegated, so
the leaves are nice to look at, but I'd like to have the bloom as well.

Long Island, NY
Zone 7

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On
Behalf Of Island Jim
Sent: Friday, January 31, 2003 6:32 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Tulbaghia [society island garlic]

wish i could help, kitty, but i can't. i'm still trying to figure this 
puppy out myself. i had mine under nightly irrigation and finally
that was not doing it. your message confirms that. i moved mine, which
containerized [big name for in pots] into a no-irrigation area and they 
have responded.

at least for now

At 06:17 PM 1/31/03 -0500, you wrote:
>Tulbaghia fragrans, aka Society Garlic.I've had these bulbs a couple of
>years and have planted them outside in summer to soak up lots of
>and nutrients.  Unfortunately, no flowers those years.  I pot them up
>put in garage over winter along with agapanthus (no flower either) and
>amaryllis (hippeastrum).  Last night I cleaned off some of the ded
>from the various containers an, lo and behold, the Tulbaghia was
>blooming.  Soil was dry as a bone; plant had just a couple of green lvs
>left, but 3 long stems of nice sized flowerheads.  I quickly brought it
>in and watered it.  The fragrance is wonderful.   So. What now?  I
>thought these puppies were supposed to bloom sometime from May to
>October.  Should I keep it in the warm house and start feeding or put
>back in the garage when it's done blooming? Kitty
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