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    is my female nepenthes pollinated

    any way to tell if my nepenthes is pollinated the little buds seem to be elongating quite fast/ and getting a little plumper. if i post a pic can someone help ].

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    If pollination was successful, you should see doubling or tripling of the length of the ovaries within 2-3 weeks. By all means, provide a photo for diagnosis ;-)

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    what do you all think . this is the lady pauline female, clone from BE

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    What did you pollinate it with?
    NCSU's Carnivore Nut
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    The stigmas have darkened, so that is a good sign. How long ago did you pollinate it? The receptacles should be elongating significantly if it was 3 weeks ago, or more.

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    Ventricosa red is all that was available . so its what i used

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