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Bulbine Frutescens For Sale

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Bulbine – Buy The Best Burn Jelly Plants In New Zealand!

Adding colourful succulents such as Bulbine frutescens to your garden delivers a vast range of benefits:

We have the right African Bulbine (otherwise known as the Burn Jelly Plant) for your space in our large range of plants. Our orange and yellow Bulbine frutescens have been selected to thrive in NZ’s climate. We stock only the highest quality plants, sourcing them from NZ’s leading nurseries. Each plant is packed and transported with extreme care, ensuring it arrives to you in the same condition it was in when it left the nursery. If you are wanting to buy Bulbine frutescens, shop with confidence from the best in the industry.

Bulbine Questions

1. What is the Bulbine frutescens used for?

Bulbine frutescens, also known as the burn jelly plant, is a versatile plant with uses in both medicine and landscape design. Here's a breakdown of its main uses:

Medicinal:

Landscape design:

2. Is Bulbine Frutescens hardy?

The hardiness of Bulbine frutescens depends on your specific location and climate:

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3. Should you cut back Bulbine?

Whether or not you should cut back your Bulbine frutescens depends on a few factors, including its overall health, size, and desired appearance:

4. What is the common name for Bulbine?

Bulbine doesn't have one single, universally recognized common name. It depends on the specific species and where you are! Here are some of the most common names you might encounter for different Bulbine species:

General names:

Species-specific names:

Ultimately, the best way to know the common name for a specific Bulbine is to refer to its species name or consult a reputable gardening resource specific to your region.

5. How big do Bulbine plants get?

The size of Bulbine plants varies greatly depending on the specific species and growing conditions. Here's a breakdown of the typical size range for some popular Bulbine species:

Small (up to 0.3 meters):

Medium (0.3 to 1 meter):

Large (over 1 metre):


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