Massonia pustulata

Dietrich Müller-Doblies
Sat, 14 Jan 2012 11:36:47 PST
Dear Kipp,
Do you know the wild origin (locality) of your purple-mottled Massonia 
pustulata? I collected Massonia pustulata about thirty years ago on the 
Arniston Flats (342CA) near Bredasdorp, on the Potberg Estates (3420BD) 
and in the Witwaterspoort through the Witteberge (3320AD Montagu) S of 
Laingsburg. Recently I saw somewhat different plants from Loeriesfontein 
cultivated by a friend in Dresden (who contributed to the Wiki) and I 
would like to learn about cultivated plants, of which the  wild locality 
is known.

Am 14.01.2012 18:34, schrieb Kipp McMichael:
> Greetings,
>    My small, purple-mottled M. pustulata are self fertile (and very easy to grow from seed!). Did I mention they are frost-hardy too? Wonderful plants.
> -|<ipp
>> I had my Massonia pustulata bloom about 2 months ago and it looks like it has set seed pods.  Since this was the only plant in bloom at the time, do these self-pollinate such that these would be viable seed?
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