I just repotted my cobra lilies since they were getting out of control and a stolon was getting cramped. Turns out I had no idea just how much.
I hadn't seen a bare root stolon before and it wasn't at all what I expected. It was surprising enough to warrant a photo, for those who hadn't seen it before either.
The middle of the stolon is what I thought was the only growth (it was all that was visible above the medium).
Somehow I thought it would be like a spider plant, where a chain of plants form from distinct, widely-spaced points on the stolon. But this is just odd. I guess someday I'll figure out exactly how these develop into individual plants.