I get several cases of false vivipary every year. I have a couple questions:
Is there a best time/way to transplant the new plant from the flower stalk to some peat/perlite? Should I include much or any of the flower stalk? Or just the little stem that attaches the plant to the stalk? None of my attempts at potting the false vivipary VFT succeeded last year.
This is the exciting one. I have a VFT that is not cupped and it produced a cupped VFT via false vivipary. I do have cupped trap VFTs in the same planter. Heck, I was going to ask if this mind indicate that all the seeds atop this stalk will be cupped, but I realized that it's probably different for each flower atop the stalk, and this one whole "flower" turned into a VFT, but that still leaves 4 or so other ones that could be pollinated differently.
So that's just one question and a cool thing I noticed.