- Dec 2, 2022
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- Southwestern B.C.
once you have enough of them growing it's not too hard to get new ones, it seems like i have a few show up each year and most of the time i don't take them apart from their parent bulb for a few more years.
I think your method is key here. They like being grown in close quarters, undisturbed. If I can get some of my crosses to actually bloom in a few years I will be popping bubbly to celebrate-- and will be sure to share photos!