Iíve got a general idea but have a few questions for those of you that have more practical experience than me with pollinating your Neps.
1. *At what point of the female flower opening do you start to apply pollen? *As soon as the sepals start to open and the tip of the carpel is exposed? *Or... once the sepals are fully folded back?
2. Do you apply the pollen only to the tip of the carpel? *OrÖ along its length?
3. *What time-frame do you feel there is for pollinating?
4. *Small paint brush or male flower directly for transferring pollen?
Right now I have started pollinating my N. ventricosa with N. mirabilis pollen (all I have available right now). *The sepals have opened enough to expose the tip of the carpel and I am applying the pollen with a small paint brush.
Interested to here what others do...