Yellow Bulbine,( bulbine frutescen) succulent groundcover, PERENNIAL FLOWERS
Bulbine frutescens Seeds,orange Flower, Stalked Bulbine, Jelly Burn Plant,
A succulent groundcover from the southern coast of South Africa north to Mozambique. It has narrow fleshy bright green foot-long leaves arranged in opposite rows to form an open rosettes to 18 inches tall and spreads by rhizomes to create 2 to 3 foot wide clumps.
Growing Bulbine flowers are a good accent for a flower bed or a mixed container. Bulbine plants (Bulbine spp.), with star-shaped blooms in yellow or orange, are tender perennials that add wispy color during the spring and summer. In warmer zones, Bulbine plants bloom throughout the year
Tall, slender spikes of yellow flowers rise above sturdy clumps of narrow fleshy green leaves, blooming nearly continuously from mid-spring until fall. This versatile, dry climate gem adapts well to humidity and harsh weather.
Rapidly germinating, keep seed in constant moisture (not wet) with temperatures of about +20°C [68°F]. Seeds must be covered thinly. Do not cover very small seeds, but tightly press into the earth. Keep in cooler conditions after germination occurs.