Did any sprout in the pond you threw them into?
It was, I guess it called a seep. Not that I can tell, now that there's so much of the indigeonous foliage springing up. But hey, I 've 8 seedlings so far!
hey....well i got a few to sprout and they surprised me...i moved everything outside and a frost hit and killed off all my vegis, but they proboscidea never sprouted then a couple weeks later they all sprouted at once and now i planted them in the ground...there were more but...*cough* my grandpa accidentally for a reason idk, tilled one line in the garden...and in that line were about 5-8 proboscidea...*cough* so yeah now im starting to think is planting in a line a good thing? lol...well anyway the good news is i had about 5 more plants sprout, and i planted them right in the ground....and they are just starting to pick up growth speed now...
EDIT: I got a deformed flower a couple of days a go for the first time since growing Proboscidea. I pollinated it... maybe something special will pop up.
Regular flower for comparison:
Here is the deformed flower. Note the extra petals:
View from above:
Note the double yellow nectar trail:
-Joel from Southern California
Here is my Devil Claws seedlings:
What species of Devil Claws are these? I have never seen leaves like that before until they sprouted.
"I may be on the side of angels, but do not mistake me for one."
Does the Devil Claws have the purple underside? Those have the purple underside on the leaves.