This post makes me remember once hearing that there was a varariant that was, I think I was told that it was U. livida "Merriwuk, Natal, SA" being that my first time I grew this plant all my CP's were killed off about the first time it flowered I cannot confirm, but I am currently growing this plant now, I will try to post an update in a month or 2 to let you know!
They don't self seed, at least not in my experience. I have never pollinated the species so can't offer more.
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*grumble grumble* So that means I will have to do all the work myself...*grumble* right right. And the flowers aren't that large either...
Well, thanks you the answer then guys. *goes looking for magnifying glass*
Use a toothpick.
I hope you have altruistic purposes for that magnifying glass! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]
How about a tiny paintbrush?
I haven`t been able to get this species to produce seed even with pollination. Although I have with U.microcalyx and U.subulata(well that one didn`t need pollination Lol!). But I wish you the best of luck.