How to harvest The Glory Of Clanwilliam
Harvest the tall flowers in spring or early summer for flower arrangements.
Harvest the seed pods when they have dried up, either sow seeds straight away or keep them in an air-tight bag till the first rains in winter.
How to propagate The Glory Of Clanwilliam
Sow seeds in situ, directly on top of the the sandy soil in autumn for in winter for the rains to germinate the seeds.
Only divide large overgrown bulbs, as small bulbs tend to struggle to regrow and need support from the motherbulb.
Special features of The Glory Of Clanwilliam
Attracts useful insects
This species attracts small insects and bees.
This species is extremely drought resistant.
Great for large posts and the bulbs grow and multiply quite fast.
Other uses of The Glory Of Clanwilliam
Add these plants to your fynbos garden.