I was given a cardiocrinum (4-5 yr. seedling). I understand that I will have to wait a few years for it to bloom. I have done some study on this plant, but the information I have received on this site, has always been very informative. The plant was in a pot and there is a bulbess form ontop the soil and the leaved merge from this. I understand that the cardiocrium is a bulb itself, but am I to assume that the bulbess part (green) is to be planted above the soil level? I understand that these plant do well in a woodland setting. I have read that they dislike too much sun light? If anyone has info on this beautiful plant, I would appreciate it.