Albuca Species, Pregnant Onion, German Onion, Onion Lily, Snake Flower, Ornithogalum caudatum, Pregnant Onions, False Sea Onion are succulents. Bulblets form under the papery skin of the mother plant. They pop out and make more plants alongside Mom. The pregnant onion (Ornithogalum longibracteatum) is not an onion (Allium sp.) at all, but a large bulb that belongs to the lily (Lilyaceae) plant family. It gets its name from its unusual habit of producing new “baby” bulbs that are attached to its sides.
Porous soil with good drainage
Water only when the soil is dry