How do you divide Bulbine plants?
Likewise, people ask, how do you plant Bulbine?
Bulbine plants are hardy in USDA plant hardiness zones 9 to 11, but can grow in lower zones as annuals. Locate Bulbines in a sunny to lightly shaded area of the garden. Plant the rhizomes in well draining soil and water weekly at least until plants are established.
In this manner, is Bulbine a perennial?
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.
A general rule of thumb is to divide perennials after they flower. Tackle spring-blooming perennials in fall and fall bloomers in spring. Some perennials, like iris and peony, are best divided in early fall. Most ornamental grasses do best when divided in early spring.