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    Stovepipe (The Beast) RIP My friend. JMatt's Avatar
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    Flowering campanulata.

    My little campanulata is going into flower for the first time.
    Anybody have an idea as to what sex it might be?
    JMatt


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    looks like male. start looking for a female! we need more campy's!
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    thats awsome!

    and yes, i would also guess male.

    if you get seeds...please keep me in mind!

    Good luck!
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    I was actually going to say female, since the buds are so round....and it looks just like mine.

    Guess we won't know for sure until the buds open.
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    Females are oblong, males are spherical.

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    Not mine, JLAP - though I talking specifically about the campanulatas. My female has sperical flower buds. I've never seen a male campy bud, though, so I'm only half informed.
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    Schloaty, that is interesting. I have got two campanulata with both spherical buds but I did not allow them to open because the plants are still very young. Does it mean I might have two girls?

    Jeff, please update us as soon as the flowers open.
    Cindy

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    Cindy, I don't think you needed to lop off the spikes. Camps are notorious for flowering young/small. I saw one in flower (male, already openned) that was a scant 3" across!
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