Comments by Blondmyk
May possibly have a few. The plant I purchased has TEN of the clumped together and that is WAY too many to grow together, even if they are prized in clumps like that. If I can successfully separate three or four of them I'll put them up for sale.
October 8, 2014: Transplanted (6-1-15--all plants still alive, but only about half seem to be thriving. Only plants with more than one plant in the pot seem to be doing exceptionally well and showing growth. Plants have a difficulty with staying rooted, which I find interesting. I know you don't want to get the foot underground, but the roots that grow from under the foot just don't want to stay in the soil! Ugh.)