Flower count - WAS: What makes erythroniums bloom?

Diane Whitehead voltaire@islandnet.com
Mon, 12 Apr 2010 10:33:46 PDT
Most of my erythroniums are in patches and set lots of seeds.  I keep  
each species separate, and there are a couple of species of which I  
have only one, so they are not near any other.  They have not set  
seed.  To be sure they are self-sterile, I should have self-pollinated  
them, and I never have, so it might just be that the pollinators don't  
bother to fly to one lonely flower.

Diane Whitehead
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
maritime zone 8, cool Mediterranean climate
mild rainy winters, mild dry summers

On 12-Apr-10, at 10:11 AM, Roy Herold wrote:
>  are erythroniums self compatible, or does it take two to get seed?

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