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    Are D. sessilifolia and D. burmannii self pollinating?
    Only one of my sessilifolia survived the winter conditions up here. It is now flowering and I hope to get some viable seed as I really like the plant.
    I also have one very red burmannii that I am hoping to get seed from.

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    Yes, soon you will have a whole army of D.sessifolia as they self-pollinate!
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    Yeee Haaaw.
    Thanks for the info Dewy.

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    Be careful, though, as they can become weeds and take over other plants just like D.capensis. Also, keep the D.sessifolia a LONG ways from your D.burmannii or else you will get D.sessifolia seedlings mixed up with your D.burmannii seedlings.
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