Pink agapanthus (Tulbaghia violacea
) is a fast-growing, bulbous, drought resistant garden plant that is indigenous to South Africa. It can grow to approximately 2 feet tall and is a perennial flowering plant with narrow leaves and large clusters of violet flowers that produce a strong fragrance between the mid-summer months and autumn.
: Pink agapanthus has been shown to be of benefit as a natural repellent of snakes. Combining with cinnamon essential oil, or used alone, when combined with water can be used as a repellent spray to repel snakes.
: T. violacea
was found to significantly decrease oocyst production in poultry.
: Pink agapanthus is known for its ability to repel fleas, ticks and mosquitoes.