My D. capensis "Giant" and my D. x tokaiensis happened to be flowering at the same time, so I figured I might try to make a hybrid. I know that D. capensis and D. spatulata have been crossed, and since D. x tokaiensis has D. spatulata in it, I thought it might work. Although the D. rotundifolia genes might do something to the fertility of the seeds.
I used the D. x tokaiensis as the flower that received the D. capensis "Giant" pollen. I pulled all of the stamens with pollen out of the D. x tokaiensis flower a while before it started to close. So, there is a lesser chance of self pollination. I've waited several weeks, and now I've collected the seeds out of that single pod (I shoulda done more) today. There weren't very many (maybe like 10-20), although there still were seeds, and I sowed them just a few minutes ago. Is there a good chance that these seeds will be hybrid seeds? And if they are, will they sprout?