I find this most amazing.
First post about the crinum: https://djdblogginghere.wordpress.com/2018/11/13/crinum/
This is the beginning of another horticultural adventure.
I was given two bulb/seeds of crinum mauritianum, a plant that was endangered. If all goes well, I will be contributing to its preservation.
I prepared two pots with a mixture of compost, molehill dirt and sand, in equal parts.
I placed the bulb/seeds on top and pushed down slightly, as advised by a site I consulted.
Next comes patience (a virtue).
We have been moving toward the no-dig method. I still seem to be doing a lot of digging. This patch was under a heavy mulch and all seemed fine, apart from the volunteer potatoes, until about two weeks ago when suddenly the mulch mostly disappeared and all kinds of other things sprang up. The squash plants are ready to go in but their new bed is not quite made yet.