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Thread: Have pollen: campanulata & tentaculata

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    Have pollen: campanulata & tentaculata

    Hi All,

    I have some extra pollen from my campanulata available, and I will soon have pollen from my tentaculata.

    Please let me know if you're interested.
    17 Nash Rd.
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    Dang! It's a bummer you can't cross the two....

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    How is it that one can store/preserve pollen? How long can it last? This has always been a mistery to me.

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    Well, most nep pollen will stay fresh for a little while in the fridge.

    This camp pollen is proving to be difficult to harvest. The tentaulata pollen was a cinch last time, I just had to shake the scape. This Campy is not so giving. Had to get clever.....but I don't really know how clever I was. I got some so far - but there are still several buds left to open.
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    Jeff,

    I'm actually trying to - I'm using camp pollen on my female campy.
    17 Nash Rd.
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    I can go check if the local greenhouse has a flowering maxima, veitchii, or alata. The veitchii is male, unfortunately...

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    where did you tentaculata originate from? campy seeds eh? i cant wait!!!

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    I don't know if he's been on recently, but ask philcula if you haven't already. Mr. Aga may also have a female, and I know Dave Evans does (he doesn't come here AFAIK)
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