Albuca concordiana:

  • Albuca concordiana
  • Albuca concordiana

Albuca concordiana (syn. Ornithogalum concordianum) is a small geophytic perennial plant that reaches 20 cm in height when in flower, and slowly offseting to form clumps. It is distinguished by corkscrew-coiled leaves. When dormancy begins, the inflorescence appears and soon bursts open with fragrant flowers with bright yellow petals.


Water: Water regularly in the winter growing season. October - April. 

Sun Exposure: Full sun. Southern Facing windows, or outside unobstructed.

Soil: 60% pumice/40% regular potting mix or Stone Eaters Soil

Temperature: Keep above 45° F.

Fertilize: During the October - April growing season, with Super Kabuto Fertilizer.

Dormancy: Albuca loose all their leaves when going dormant. 


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Plants ship bare root, pot/soil not included

*PLANT MAY LOSE ALL IT'S LEAVES DURING SHIPPING. BUT WILL BOUNCE BACK QUICKLY WITH STRONG LIGHT AND WATER*

Regular price $15.00