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Albuca bracteata

Native range: South Africa

Known names: Pregnant Onion, False Sea Onion, Sea Onion

Hardiness: Keep above 55°

Mature Size: Each bulb can be 2' Tall, spreading 1' Wide, clump forming

Light: Morning sun, full sun

Water: Allow soil to dry before watering

Soil: Standard potting mix, succulent mix

Dormancy Period: Summer

Pet-Safe: No

Plant Size: Grown in 2.5" Pot


Long, soft blade leaves protruding from the center of teardrop-shaped bulbs. Bulbs generally remains above ground the soil line. Mature bulbs will produce bulblets around, and on the side of mature bulbs. Flowers emerge in Northern Hemisphere's Spring before dormancy in Summer. Called "Pregnant Onion" because it resembles an onion...that's pregnant(?) hahaha...

Albuca bracteata (Pregnant Onion) [2.5"]

SKU: 7838133764071
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