Calostemma purpureum

Steven hartsentwine.australia@gmail.com
Sat, 30 Aug 2014 15:26:43 PDT
Hi Leo,  haha.... Treats 4 Dogs is Mt business name & i did give em a treat 4 u ;)  

You know something cool about calostemma fruiting, you can cut a flowering stem with very small seeds & I'n good light sitting I'n water or even wrapped I'n a plastic bag as long as it docent rot... The seeds will continue to develop to maturity & will produce radicals & grow..  I think that's so amazing, I've done this by accident a number of times.. 
Steven Esk Queensland Australia 
...Treats 4 Dogs...

On 30/08/2014, at 2:02 PM, "Leo A. Martin" <leo@possi.org> wrote:

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> 
> It appears every flowers is producing fruit - are these likely to be fertile, since
> there was no cross-pollination?
> 
> Leo Martin
> Phoenix Arizona USA
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