Bulbine frutescens

Bulbine frutescens

£3.75

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(11 customer reviews)

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Description

Burnt jelly plant.

This stands out clear above all other Bulbinella. Elongated succulent leaves that have been used in its origin for burns and bites hence the common name its bright orange flowers are non stop for parts of the south west Cornwall. For the rest of us a position that is dry through winter is best although we have tried in many areas around the nursery it has only ever survived 4 years before succumbing to winter wet so best potted so you can be wowed by its abundant growth and flowering season and then hide away against a wall or in a cold greenhouse through winter.

Flowering: Spring-Autumn

Hardiness: Protect from wet and will go down to -7c

Height: 40cm

Spread: 60cm

Further information:

Put this plant in a greenhouse or against a wall to protect against a hard winter.

Common Name: Stalked Bulbine

Life Cycle: perennial

Family: Asphodelaceae

Foliage: Linear / succulent

Basic Colour: ( Orange )

Flower Colour: orange / yellow

Natural Flowering: April – November

Winter Hardiness: Hardy -7c

Height with Flowers: 40cm

Soil Requirements:  average / dry / well-drained / sandy

Soil ph: alkaline / neutral

Location:  container / cottage garden / border / Mediterranean

Usage: ornamental / bee food plant

Pruning: cut old flower stems to encourage further blooms. Best to split in Autumn and keep cuttings frost free.

Tolerates: drought tolerant / salt tolerant / deer resistance / rabbit resistance

Origin: South Africa

Additional information

Weight 250 g
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Description

Burnt jelly plant.

This stands out clear above all other Bulbinella. Elongated succulent leaves that have been used in its origin for burns and bites hence the common name its bright orange flowers are non stop for parts of the south west Cornwall. For the rest of us a position that is dry through winter is best although we have tried in many areas around the nursery it has only ever survived 4 years before succumbing to winter wet so best potted so you can be wowed by its abundant growth and flowering season and then hide away against a wall or in a cold greenhouse through winter.

Flowering: Spring-Autumn

Hardiness: Protect from wet and will go down to -7c

Height: 40cm

Spread: 60cm

Further information:

Put this plant in a greenhouse or against a wall to protect against a hard winter.

Common Name: Stalked Bulbine

Life Cycle: perennial

Family: Asphodelaceae

Foliage: Linear / succulent

Basic Colour: ( Orange )

Flower Colour: orange / yellow

Natural Flowering: April – November

Winter Hardiness: Hardy -7c

Height with Flowers: 40cm

Soil Requirements:  average / dry / well-drained / sandy

Soil ph: alkaline / neutral

Location:  container / cottage garden / border / Mediterranean

Usage: ornamental / bee food plant

Pruning: cut old flower stems to encourage further blooms. Best to split in Autumn and keep cuttings frost free.

Tolerates: drought tolerant / salt tolerant / deer resistance / rabbit resistance

Origin: South Africa

Additional information

Weight 250 g
Climate

,

Flowering season

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Height

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Planting area

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Position

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Flower Colour

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11 reviews for Bulbine frutescens

4.5
Based on 11 reviews
  1. Johan (verified owner)

    The first flower is already opening.

  2. Andy G. (verified owner)

  3. Diane Ewart (verified owner)

  4. Diane Ewart (verified owner)

  5. Roz (verified owner)

    Delighted with the service and my, promptly delivered, very healthy plants. Thank you.

  6. Richard Churton (verified owner)

    Normally a great plant ( I had some last year) however they were packed loosely and 2 of the 4 were partly broken and on their sides in the box

  7. Luke Whiting (store manager)

    Hi Richard
    Thankyou for taking the time to review your purchases. I am truly sorry that they were packed loosely by the team. These are very brittle plants and so they should have been packed more thoroughly to prevent as much damage as possible. (we are shifting to a new eco box of our own design soon and so this will stop things like this happening) in the mean time is it possible for you to email us a photo of the damaged plants to info@darcyeverest.co.uk.
    Many thanks
    Laura & Luke

  8. Robert Stacewicz (verified owner)

  9. Fatima Araujo (verified owner)

  10. Diana Tunnicliff (verified owner)

  11. Kim Garratt (verified owner)

    have not been disappointed with the plants.

  12. Toots (verified owner)

    Very happy, plant has already shot on

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