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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Captotterboy @ June 21 2005,10:33)]Count me in, if you have any left!!!

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    Sure do.
    Sent a PM with the info.

    I still have more packets left.


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    I'd like a packet, too, please. Thanks elgecko.

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    elgecko, are these self pollinating? Or how can I pollinate the flower? One of the plants I got from you is flowering.
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    Hi Steve.If you have a pack left may I have it?


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    P. lusitanica readily self-pollinates, Dave. It's very prodigious. The pod will turn orange-brown a week or so after it drops the petals, and will split open and scatter its seed shortly thereafter. No hand pollination is required.
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    Livin' like a bug ain't easy / Livin' like a bug ain't easy... o//~

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    Thanx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (seedjar @ June 22 2005,6:02)]P. lusitanica readily self-pollinates, Dave. It's very prodigious. The pod will turn orange-brown a week or so after it drops the petals, and will split open and scatter its seed shortly thereafter. No hand pollination is required.
    ~Joe
    Yeah, I just discovered that the hard way. I went to harvest two of the ripe pods and one of them burst all over my fingers. So I dipped them in my primordial, live LFS soup! It may not help, but it vouldn't hoyt!

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    i'd like some too if their's any left
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