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Guzmania2010 Mexico Mexico
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themoonhowl Prairieville, LA (Zone 9a) It looks a great deal like a Crinum bulb.
sallyg Anne Arundel,, MD (Zone 7a) to me , also like Hymenocallis.
Neat link moon! Would Take me some guts and extra bulbs before I'd try that kind of surgery.
themoonhowl Prairieville, LA (Zone 9a) Hi Sally. That method, though scary, works very well. We moved an old stand of Crinums a few years back and they were so congested that some bulbs got whacked with the shovel...most of them did just fine...only the ones that got small pieces of the upper part did not take.
I suggested Crinum because of the size of the bulb in the second picture. My Hymenocallis bulbs are smaller and have a much darker "skin"
Guzmania2010 Mexico Mexico Thanks for the help ...when have leaves put back
This method scary as says themoonhowl, but put into practice.
Thanks for the link, themoonhowl
themoonhowl Prairieville, LA (Zone 9a) You are most welcome.
Take a look at this post here in plant ID
sallyg Anne Arundel,, MD (Zone 7a) it does look like a HUGE bulb. My Hymenoc. are sure not that big . Good point!
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