Remusatia vivipara questions
Last summer I bought a Remusatia vivipara at the plant store at the UC Botanical Garden in Berkeley. I don't remember how much, but I'm guessing +/- $8
The plant is now dormant. When I bought it it had several stolons. I was expecting it to make bulbils on the stolons, but it didn't, unless I'm missing something, or earlier missed something.
In spite of the dormancy the stolons seem firm and "alive". Can they be laid on top of the soil (or below) and/or chopped up to propagate the plant?
I also noticed a rhizome near ground level. I was digging around it and it broke off. This also looks viable. Can I assume this can be somehow planted and used for propagation?
Please correct my terminology, if any of it is in error.
Here's what the plant looks like now. The main bulb is of course beneath the soil. The piece of rhizome is below the pot.