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Re: Anthurium plowmanii flowers
From: Krzysztof Kozminski <kk at netgate.net> on 1998.10.02 at 07:12:37(2642)|
Al Wootten wrote:
> Of the plants I have grown from seed Dewey distributed perhaps two
> years ago, I have my first flower. I'll try to take a photo and
> post it to the WWW. It has a faint but pleasant scent. Can the
> flower be self-pollinated? Any advice on technique woulr be very
I tried to pollinate the one that bloomed for me in the spring (shown in|
http://u1.netgate.net/~kk/Araceae/Anthurium/plowmanii.html), but without
success. I wasn't even sure where this beast had female flowers - as can
be seen in the photo, the pollen was produced on the lower portion of
the spadix. Just in case, I smeared it all over the other one, but
Come to think of it - would it be by any chance one of those plants that
change sex with maturity?
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