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Thread: P. parviflora journal.

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    Not the best pictures, but:

    I. lutea

    P. parviflora

    P. parviflora & I. lutea

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    Jim, that is exactly what my #10 plant and fruit looked like when it was still alive in its pot. Like the fruit I got off my plant #10, yours haven't developed much of a "claw" either. It's probably safe to say that its due to the fact that they are grown in pots. Even if you don't get much of a claw feature on your fruits, you should be able to get plentiful seed.


    Thanks for posting the pictures and good luck.
    -Joel from Southern California


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    Thanks... and next year, as was suggested by Allegedhuman, I am going to use a bucket, as I do with N.A. temperates, a 5 gallon thing. That will be deep enough to do the job.

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    Nice updates. Jim - how tall are yours?

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    Maybe 8". They must be the dwarf variety! I don't even know whey they produced flowers and claws. There's not much to them.

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    Better pictures:




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    Oooo... the I. lutea flowers are very nice looking. Maybe it's just that I am used to seeing the pink parviflora flowers over and over and over.
    -Joel from Southern California


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    Our tropical storm bent over the plant all the way to the left. That was the oldest fruit. I guess it's "toast"?

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