Origin: Baviaanskloof, Eastern Cape Province
An unique small species of Bulbine described by Ernst van Jaarsveld. It is known from steep cliff faces of the Baviaanskloof. The leaves are soft, glaucus gray and has a pendent habit.
Plant Size: Adult plants about 8 cm high are offered.
Bulbine is a genus of flowering succulent plants in the Asphodelaceae family. It is mainly know from Southern Africa but extends northwards in Africa and is also known from Australia. The plants normally has tuberous roots a with succulent leaves, some grass-like and others may mimic other types of succulents. The flowers are normally yellow and orange (rarely white).
Caring for your Bulbine
Pot: Bulbine is well suited to cultivation in containers. Many species of Bulbine are also well suited to the garden or rockeries
Soil: The plants prefer a well-drained soil, a mixture of sandy soil with some organic matter.
Light: The brighter the light the more compact and happy your plant.
Water: Most Bulbine species will appreciate a weekly to two weekly watering, depending on your growing conditions.