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    My flowering anglica is budding what appears to be a baby plant from a seed pod. It has some green to it and ewhat seems to be a few roots. What is this?

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    false vivipary?
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    Its false vivipary all right! Look
    here!

    Also look here andhere

    The last two were my bro's D.intermidia. False vivipary is quite common in 'source plants' - quoted from Jalan Kayu. Hehe, my bro accidentally burned his intermidia flower with the lights and another plant grew like a leaf cutting! Think PinguiculaMan explains how in one of these links...check the first one. Or on the other exciting hand it could be a seed that germinated on the seed pod in which case you should remove to immediately as I don't think the flower can support its weight for too long, just let it anchor itself onto the soil (or do it yourself). Someone said something about 'witches brew' somewhere... Check the above links!

    Maybe I should try the 'burning techinque' myself...

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