I have a pot full of Ornithogalum longibracteatum bulbs that need to be divided. It is so crowded with bulbs that I am not sure how much soil is left. None is visible. I assume this genus has a dormancy period where it stops growing but does not die back. If so, what time of year does this happen. long day? short day? Please correct me if I am misinterpreting what I am seeing. When it is dormant I will divide and send bulbs and bulblets to the Exchange. Or at least I will when the danger of freezing in transit has passed. Bob Hoel 630-240-0219 (cell) Frozen tundra of Chicago Better on a bike than in a box!