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Thread: D. graomogolensis about to flower

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    A redder pink seems typical for this plant from the pictures I've seen, but without a color standard of reference it's difficult to tell.

    You probably want to hand pollinate as no one has stepped forward and said that this plant will self-pollinate or if even self-pollination is possible.

    We'll know in a few weeks
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    Lookin' good! Will be interesting to see if its self fertile.

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    Ooo, I can't wait to see the flower, I'm not familiar with D. graomogolensis. Actually I had never even heard of it until now! I am impressed.
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    Goodluck. I hope you can self it! I would love to trade for seed or a seedling in the future. I don;t have that one yet.

    I am in the same boat as crono. I haven't herd of it yet either.
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    It's been a long time! Fernando says lack of seeds may be a humidity issue and suggests cutting down the stigmas before pollinating so the pollen tubes have less a road to travel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    It's been a long time! Fernando says lack of seeds may be a humidity issue and suggests cutting down the stigmas before pollinating so the pollen tubes have less a road to travel.
    interesting.... lack or excess of?
    its on my lower rack, no humidity supplementation.... but still pretty humid by any standard.

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    http://www.carnivorousplants.org/cp/...patibility.php

    This ICPS article lists D. graomogolensis as self-compatible.

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