Counting chickens before they hatch :single_eye:
It's been 6-8 years since I've had D. scorpioides flower for me, I moved them indoors and no flowers since. Last fall I moved most of my pots outdoors again because they were on the decline. Also to try to get them to flower. I lost track of my white flowered plants and I had a few pots from plants that the source didn't say what color flowers they were. The first photo is from a pink flowered plant. The others are unknown. Hopefully they are white flowers in which case I may be able to get seed by crossing the pink with white.
Not a Number;1216577 ...Only plants from one location of D. hamiltonii is starting to flower so far. The other location is usually 3 or so weeks behind. I haven't had much luck that past few years getting seed. Either the plants don't flower or I just don't get any seed. Hit or miss - most frustrating.[/QUOTE said:What is amazing is that you have actually gotten seeds from this species. I've been growing it for 8 years now and have never seen a flower stalk.