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Thread: Heliamphora pollination

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    Electric razor, or maybe hair clippers? Both sound a bit like bees to me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    but I have to ask if anyone has ever tried
    I have not tried it, but I have a H. minor x heterodoxa in spike. I think I'll go with the electric razor test as Jrod suggested.

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    Those are fantastic plants!

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    Clint, im less then a week away now I believe



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    I was curious to see if you were successful in producing seed. Having only ever seen simple hybrids in cultivation, and failing to produce seed when selfing my heterodoxa x minor, I had always assumed Heliamphora hybrids were sterile. Then I read in Pitcher Plants of the Americas that complex hybrids occur in nature. Any luck?

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