Propagating this plant vegetatively is not difficult because you can simply take a sharp knife and divide the corm-like structure, making sure that each piece has some of the woody base (the thing between the roots below and the leaves above). Each division will become a new plant. I simply don't want to go this route because I have a dense stand of about 25 clumps that I have no desire to uproot. I started with 2 plants and after repetitive divisions, here we are...
I was hoping that I can simply plant the individual quills, which detaches from mother plant with a gentle tug. Each quill has a bulbous base that I thought was a food storage organ (i.e. onion, garlic clove). Turns out, it's just a capsule containing the spores.
Spores are a bit too out there for me to deal with. Hehehe.
I guess my options are (1) to uproot the stand and/or (2) to buy more.
Thank you for all your inputs guys. I really appreciate it.