This plant has no fragrance
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Stalked Bulbine Overview
Bulbine is a compact succulent plant with bright yellow or orange, star-shaped flowers and thin strap-like leaves. The leaves and flowers are edible and can be used for various medicinal purposes. Bulbine is low-maintenance, heat and drought tolerant and can handle frost, making it a great all-round plant.
Common problems with Stalked Bulbine
Little to no pests bother this species, but it is sensitive to rot when kept in moist conditions.
How to harvest Stalked Bulbine
Pick the leaves as needed. Harvest flowers mid-winter to spring. Harvest the seeds after the pods have dried out in summer and store in a cool, but dry place until autumn.
How to propagate Stalked Bulbine
Direct sow seeds in late Summer to Autumn, 1-2 mm deep. Sow seeds indoors and transplant once the seedlings have four leaves.
Divide or break off the plants leaving each with leaves and rhizomes.
Stem cuttings root easily and should be transplanted when they have a well-formed root system.
Break off a few leaves with rhizome attached - it will soon grow new roots from the rhizome eyes!
Special features of Stalked Bulbine
Attracts useful insects
Attracts beneficial pollinators to your garden.
This plant is ideal for water-wise gardens.
Great pot plant species provided they receive plenty of sun.
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