Albuca concordiana Family: Asparagaceae. A rarely seen succulent bulb from South Africa with blue-gray flattened curly-q leaves. The bulb forms new bulblets regularly. You can leave them together to make a clump or separate them to make new plants. Flowers are bright yellow and produced at the end of the growing season. Easy to grow. It is a winter grower so water regularly (in succulent terms) from fall until spring, then cut back in the summer until it starts to grow again. It usually drops its leaves during the dormant period. Protect from frost.
This species, like all curly leaf Albuca, needs a lot of light to make curled leaves. If your plant starts producing straight leaves then it needs more light.
You will receive a plant shown in the last image or one similar. Plants shown in a 3.5" pot.
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