Put simply, low light conditions will produce fewer curls in the leaves. Direct sunlight or extremely hot temperatures can burn your little plant. For this reason, make sure to place your frizzle sizzle in a position with filtered sunlight.
Beside this, how often do you water a Frizzle Sizzle?
In this way, can you propagate a Frizzle Sizzle?
Unlike most succulents, the frizzle sizzle can‘t be propagated through leaf or stem cuttings.
Should I let my Frizzle Sizzle flower?
Keep in mind, when Albuca ‘Frizzle Sizzle‘ sends up its flower stalks in spring, it often causes the tips of the leaves to brown. This is a natural occurrence. If you don’t want this to happen, simply remove the flower stalks as soon as they start to grow to prevent leaf tip browning.
You can more readily find the bulbs and increase your collection simply by dividing the plants every few years. If you wish to get seed, your best bet is to collect it from an existing plant. Many of the Albuca species need a partner plant to produce seed, but Albuca spiralis is an exception.
Q: Why is my frizzle sizzle turning brown? A: In the summer, you may see yellowing of your albuca spiralis. Brown tips are a sign that it’s starting to put up a flower stalk, but actual yellowing is part of the dormancy process.
Albuca spiralis ‘Frizzle Sizzle’®: A bulb succulent with distinctive, corkscrew foliage that can be planted high in the soil with some of the bulb exposed. Its large, yellow green flowers emerge on robust stalks in spring and have a strong vanilla fragrance.
The seeds of your “Albuca spiralis” need to sown quite deep at around 5 – 8 cm in your specialised compost mix. Ensure you have adequate space in your pot for germination to take place and allow for further growing.
The best way to propagate Albuca is from offsets, which can be divided away from the parent plant and separately planted. Not all Albuca produce offsets so you may need to rely upon seeds to get more of these exciting plants. Fresh seeds generally germinate a week after sowing.