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Trachelospermum jasminoides Tricolor (Tricolour)

Description: Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Tricolor', commonly known as Tricolor Star Jasmine or Tricolor Confederate Jasmine, is a striking evergreen vine prized for its highly fragrant, star-shaped white flowers and variegated foliage. This cultivar is particularly valued for its unique leaf coloration, combining shades of green, pink, and cream, making it an excellent choice for adding visual interest to trellises, fences, and containers. Flowers: Blooms: The plant produces an abundance of small, white, star-shaped flowers from late spring through summer. The flowers are highly fragrant and visually striking. Fragrance: The flowers have a strong, sweet fragrance that is especially noticeable in the evening and early morning. Foliage: Leaves: The leaves are glossy and variegated with shades of green, cream, and pink. New growth often emerges with a pink or reddish tint, adding to the plant's visual appeal. Seasonal Color: The variegated foliage provides year-round interest, with the colors becoming more pronounced in cooler weather. Fruit: Fruit: The plant occasionally produces slender, bean-like seed pods. These are generally not significant for ornamental value. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 3-6 meters long, depending on the support provided. It can be pruned to maintain a more compact size. Habit: Vigorous, twining, and climbing habit, making it suitable for covering trellises, fences, and walls. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates and is suitable for various regions in Australia. It can tolerate light frosts and coastal conditions. Soil: Prefers well-draining, fertile soils but can adapt to a variety of soil types, including sandy and loamy soils. Avoid waterlogged conditions. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Full sun promotes the best flowering and foliage color, while partial shade is tolerated. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it benefits from consistent moisture but can tolerate short periods of drought. Uses: Ornamental Vine: Highly valued as an ornamental vine for its fragrant flowers and variegated foliage. Trellises and Arbors: Ideal for covering trellises, arbors, and pergolas, creating a lush, colorful canopy. Ground Cover: Can be used as a ground cover in larger areas where it can sprawl and spread. Containers: Suitable for growing in large containers with support structures, making it versatile for patios and small gardens. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune after flowering to maintain shape, remove dead or diseased wood, and control growth. Regular pruning helps keep the plant tidy and encourages bushier growth. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and prolific flowering. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to many pests and diseases. Monitor for common pests such as aphids, mealybugs, and spider mites. Maintain good air circulation to prevent fungal diseases. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 8-11. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from severe frost to prevent damage to new growth. Companion Plants: Pair with other fragrant plants such as gardenias, roses, and lavender to create a sensory garden. It also works well with other climbers like clematis and climbing roses. Propagation: Propagate by semi-hardwood cuttings in late summer or by layering in spring or autumn Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Tricolor' Common Name: Tricolor Star Jasmine, Tricolor Confederate Jasmine Botanical Name: Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Tricolor' Family: Apocynaceae Origin: Cultivated variety of Trachelospermum jasminoides

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Tulbaghia Dark Star

Description: Tulbaghia 'Dark Star', commonly known as Dark Star Society Garlic, is an evergreen perennial prized for its striking purple foliage and delicate, fragrant flowers. This cultivar is particularly valued for its unique leaf color and ability to add ornamental interest to garden beds, borders, and containers. Flowers: Blooms: The plant produces clusters of small, star-shaped, lilac-pink flowers on tall stalks from late spring through autumn. The blooms rise above the foliage, creating a striking contrast. Fragrance: The flowers have a mild, sweet fragrance that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. Foliage: Leaves: The leaves are long, narrow, and dark purple, providing a bold and unique appearance year-round. Seasonal Color: The foliage maintains its dark purple color throughout the year, adding continuous visual interest. Fruit: Fruit: The plant occasionally produces small seed capsules. These are generally not significant for ornamental value. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 30-60 cm tall and 30-45 cm wide, forming a clumping habit. Habit: Upright and clumping, making it suitable for various landscape uses, including edging and ground covers. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates and is suitable for various regions in Australia. It can tolerate light frosts. Soil: Prefers well-draining, fertile soils but can adapt to a variety of soil types, including sandy and loamy soils. Avoid waterlogged conditions. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Full sun promotes the best foliage color and flowering, while partial shade is tolerated. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it benefits from consistent moisture but can tolerate short periods of drought. Uses: Ornamental Perennial: Highly valued for its striking foliage and delicate flowers, making it a standout in gardens and landscapes. Borders and Edging: Ideal for creating colorful borders and edging in garden beds. Containers: Perfect for pots and containers, adding a splash of color to patios, balconies, and small gardens. Ground Cover: Can be used as a ground cover in larger areas where it can spread and fill in gaps. Maintenance: Pruning: Remove spent flower stalks and dead or damaged leaves to maintain appearance and encourage new growth. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and abundant flowering. Pests and Diseases: Generally pest and disease-resistant. Monitor for common pests such as aphids and spider mites. Good air circulation and proper watering practices help prevent fungal diseases. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 7-10. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from severe frost to prevent damage to new growth. Companion Plants: Pair with other colorful perennials and ornamental grasses to create a vibrant and diverse garden display. It also works well with other drought-tolerant plants Tulbaghia 'Dark Star' Common Name: Dark Star Society Garlic Botanical Name: Tulbaghia violacea 'Dark Star' Family: Amaryllidaceae Origin: Native to Southern Africa, cultivated variety of Tulbaghia

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Tulbaghia violacea Galaxy

Description: Tulbaghia violacea 'Galaxy', commonly known as Galaxy Society Garlic, is an evergreen perennial prized for its vibrant foliage and delicate, fragrant flowers. This cultivar is particularly valued for its ornamental appeal and ability to add interest to garden beds, borders, and containers. Flowers: Blooms: The plant produces clusters of small, star-shaped, lilac-pink flowers on tall stalks from late spring through autumn. The blooms rise above the foliage, creating a striking visual effect. Fragrance: The flowers have a mild, sweet fragrance that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. Foliage: Leaves: The leaves are long, narrow, and green with a slight bluish tint, providing a lush and attractive appearance year-round. Seasonal Color: The foliage maintains its green color throughout the year, with flowers adding seasonal interest. Fruit: Fruit: The plant occasionally produces small seed capsules. These are generally not significant for ornamental value. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 30-60 cm tall and 30-45 cm wide, forming a clumping habit. Habit: Upright and clumping, making it suitable for various landscape uses, including edging and ground covers. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates and is suitable for various regions in Australia. It can tolerate light frosts. Soil: Prefers well-draining, fertile soils but can adapt to a variety of soil types, including sandy and loamy soils. Avoid waterlogged conditions. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Full sun promotes the best foliage color and flowering, while partial shade is tolerated. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it benefits from consistent moisture but can tolerate short periods of drought. Uses: Ornamental Perennial: Highly valued for its vibrant foliage and delicate flowers, making it a standout in gardens and landscapes. Borders and Edging: Ideal for creating colorful borders and edging in garden beds. Containers: Perfect for pots and containers, adding a splash of color to patios, balconies, and small gardens. Ground Cover: Can be used as a ground cover in larger areas where it can spread and fill in gaps. Maintenance: Pruning: Remove spent flower stalks and dead or damaged leaves to maintain appearance and encourage new growth. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and abundant flowering. Pests and Diseases: Generally pest and disease-resistant. Monitor for common pests such as aphids and spider mites. Good air circulation and proper watering practices help prevent fungal diseases. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 7-10. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from severe frost to prevent damage to new growth. Companion Plants: Pair with other colorful perennials and ornamental grasses to create a vibrant and diverse garden display. It also works well with other drought-tolerant plants Tulbaghia violacea 'Galaxy' Common Name: Galaxy Society Garlic Botanical Name: Tulbaghia violacea 'Galaxy' Family: Amaryllidaceae Origin: Native to Southern Africa, cultivated variety of Tulbaghia

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Tulbaghia violacea Silver Lace

Description: Tulbaghia violacea 'Silver Lace', commonly known as Silver Lace Society Garlic, is an evergreen perennial prized for its striking variegated foliage and delicate, fragrant flowers. This cultivar is particularly valued for its ornamental appeal and ability to add interest to garden beds, borders, and containers. Flowers: Blooms: The plant produces clusters of small, star-shaped, lilac-pink flowers on tall stalks from late spring through autumn. The blooms rise above the foliage, creating a striking visual effect. Fragrance: The flowers have a mild, sweet fragrance that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. Foliage: Leaves: The leaves are long, narrow, and variegated with green and creamy white margins, providing a bright and attractive appearance year-round. Seasonal Color: The variegated foliage provides year-round interest, with flowers adding seasonal appeal. Fruit: Fruit: The plant occasionally produces small seed capsules. These are generally not significant for ornamental value. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 30-60 cm tall and 30-45 cm wide, forming a clumping habit. Habit: Upright and clumping, making it suitable for various landscape uses, including edging and ground covers. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates and is suitable for various regions in Australia. It can tolerate light frosts. Soil: Prefers well-draining, fertile soils but can adapt to a variety of soil types, including sandy and loamy soils. Avoid waterlogged conditions. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Full sun promotes the best foliage color and flowering, while partial shade is tolerated. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it benefits from consistent moisture but can tolerate short periods of drought. Uses: Ornamental Perennial: Highly valued for its vibrant foliage and delicate flowers, making it a standout in gardens and landscapes. Borders and Edging: Ideal for creating colorful borders and edging in garden beds. Containers: Perfect for pots and containers, adding a splash of color to patios, balconies, and small gardens. Ground Cover: Can be used as a ground cover in larger areas where it can spread and fill in gaps. Maintenance: Pruning: Remove spent flower stalks and dead or damaged leaves to maintain appearance and encourage new growth. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and abundant flowering. Pests and Diseases: Generally pest and disease-resistant. Monitor for common pests such as aphids and spider mites. Good air circulation and proper watering practices help prevent fungal diseases. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 7-10. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from severe frost to prevent damage to new growth. Companion Plants: Pair with other colorful perennials and ornamental grasses to create a vibrant and diverse garden display. It also works well with other drought-tolerant plants Tulbaghia violacea 'Silver Lace' Common Name: Silver Lace Society Garlic Botanical Name: Tulbaghia violacea 'Silver Lace' Family: Amaryllidaceae Origin: Native to Southern Africa, cultivated variety of Tulbaghia

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Tulbaghia violacea Starburst

Description: Tulbaghia violacea 'Starburst', commonly known as Starburst Society Garlic, is an evergreen perennial prized for its striking variegated foliage and delicate, fragrant flowers. This cultivar is particularly valued for its ornamental appeal and ability to add interest to garden beds, borders, and containers. Flowers: Blooms: The plant produces clusters of small, star-shaped, lilac-pink flowers on tall stalks from late spring through autumn. The blooms rise above the foliage, creating a striking visual effect. Fragrance: The flowers have a mild, sweet fragrance that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. Foliage: Leaves: The leaves are long, narrow, and variegated with green and creamy white margins, providing a bright and attractive appearance year-round. Seasonal Color: The variegated foliage provides year-round interest, with flowers adding seasonal appeal. Fruit: Fruit: The plant occasionally produces small seed capsules. These are generally not significant for ornamental value. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 30-60 cm tall and 30-45 cm wide, forming a clumping habit. Habit: Upright and clumping, making it suitable for various landscape uses, including edging and ground covers. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates and is suitable for various regions in Australia. It can tolerate light frosts. Soil: Prefers well-draining, fertile soils but can adapt to a variety of soil types, including sandy and loamy soils. Avoid waterlogged conditions. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Full sun promotes the best foliage color and flowering, while partial shade is tolerated. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it benefits from consistent moisture but can tolerate short periods of drought. Uses: Ornamental Perennial: Highly valued for its vibrant foliage and delicate flowers, making it a standout in gardens and landscapes. Borders and Edging: Ideal for creating colorful borders and edging in garden beds. Containers: Perfect for pots and containers, adding a splash of color to patios, balconies, and small gardens. Ground Cover: Can be used as a ground cover in larger areas where it can spread and fill in gaps. Maintenance: Pruning: Remove spent flower stalks and dead or damaged leaves to maintain appearance and encourage new growth. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and abundant flowering. Pests and Diseases: Generally pest and disease-resistant. Monitor for common pests such as aphids and spider mites. Good air circulation and proper watering practices help prevent fungal diseases. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 7-10. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from severe frost to prevent damage to new growth. Companion Plants: Pair with other colorful perennials and ornamental grasses to create a vibrant and diverse garden display. It also works well with other drought-tolerant plants. Tulbaghia violacea 'Starburst' Common Name: Starburst Society Garlic Botanical Name: Tulbaghia violacea 'Starburst' Family: Amaryllidaceae Origin: Native to Southern Africa, cultivated variety of Tulbaghia

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