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    My freaky d. intermedia flower :)

    http://m1110.photobucket.com/albumvi...BBIhCsGD5yo%3D

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    Think it'll be fertile?
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    I've seen some weird flowers, but this is the weirdest. I have no idea if it's fertile. It might be a plantlet.

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    Would it self polinate or how would I go about polinating it?

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    I don't think it has the proper parts to even be considered a flower. Let us know if it consistently flowers like this. They can usually self pollenate, but I'll be shocked if this one does.

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    I believe in the cases of false vivipary you can even get the plantlet to root. Would be something interesting to try at least.
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