Pamianthe peruviana

Brian Whyer brian.whyer@btinternet.com
Wed, 07 May 2014 03:23:06 PDT
Hi Paul
I take it you are growing at a higher temperature than me, by your flowering time. Mine is now at ~22C but probably half that over winter at times. Did you cross 2 different plants or did you get a seed pod from self pollinating? Maybe I should freeze some pollen for next year ;-)
Brian

From: paul matthews <pmatthews52@hotmail.co.uk>
>To: Pacific Bulb Society <pbs@lists.ibiblio.org> 
>Sent: Wednesday, 7 May 2014, 9:34
>Subject: Re: [pbs] Pamianthe peruviana
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>Dear Brian, Mine have flowered and despite hand pollination several flowers failed to set. I try and pollinate morning and evening once stigma is out and sticky. Usually they will start to swell as the flower is withering. Those that have taken are walnut size already. Good luck with the brush. Enjoy the wait for seed- pods set last Feb arte still green, in May, usually they are ready in 12/13 months.
>Good luck with the paint brush.
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>Paul
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>> Date: Tue, 6 May 2014 08:56:08 +0100
>> From: brian.whyer@btinternet.com
>> To: pbs@lists.ibiblio.org
>> Subject: [pbs] Pamianthe peruviana
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>> I have a Paminathe just beginning to flower at present. Online comments suggest this is self-fertile (self-compatible?) but last years flower quickly dried up and collapsed. What did I do wrong?
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