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Andrew Shields
Discovered this plant last year. It did not survive our mild winter (in zone 7) so I got a new one this year. I will keep it on my annual must list.
   
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Andrew, here's an idea...before the Winter dig up your Bulbine and place in a pot in a protected area, or perhaps in a garage by a window. Since it is a succulent it can survive for a while without much water. Then plant it again in your garden in the Spring and it will spring back! They also divide very easily. I just love this plant. Good luck!
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Andrew Shields
I'll try that, thanks Dig!
   
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