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    Fraser Island Sundew Seeds (polination)

    Hello, My Fraser Island Sundew (FIS) has its flowers opening with pollen inside, where do I need to put the pollen on the plant for it to make seeds!

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    Drosera spatulata is weedy and will self-pollinate. No action required. A review of flower anatomy and pollination is recommended.
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    ok, thanks for the link

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    take a small paint brush and put it in the open flower and brush around. pollen will get on the stigmas and youll get even more seeds than you would get by not pollinating it. be quick though. the flowers stay open for about 2 hours. in less light they are open even shorter than that.
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    OK and I kinda learned that with my pygmy

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