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Thread: Budding B. liniflora

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    SirKristoff is a poopiehead Ozzy's Avatar
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    Yeah, we'll see if that works.
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    So far I have had 2 good seedpods. I think they were ones that I specifically attempted to pollinate. I missed a couple few along the way and they didn't have seeds. Perhaps in nature the critters are doing the pollinating. Anyways, while the first pod had 17 seeds, pod #5 has 65. Go figure...

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    These are prett cool plants that ive never seen before. Nice work with them.

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    I can't top ozzy's pictures, especially with the camera I own, but here's a flower pic:



    Below the flower is the pod that yielded 65 seeds.

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    10 flower scapes and still growing, albeit horizontal. Here are pics from about a month ago:




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    How long to flower maturity ?
    Mine are 2 inches tall or so there slow but steady..
    My Sugar Snap peas are a foot tall in 10 days(from seed to plant) in my closet
    Big difference

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    How did you get it red? I have never had any B. liniflora turn red. Not under metal halide, or in full Ga sun!

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    The plant is directly under a Growlite and the leaves were mashed among the bulbs. I have it now growing horizonatlly.

    When the flower pod looks like a small, tan pumpkin, the pod is ripe with seeds.

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