Cyrtanthus elatus x montanus BX 330

James SHIELDS jshields46074@gmail.com
Sun, 11 Aug 2019 11:17:13 PDT
I don't know about the  Cyrtanthus elatus x montanus coming from Mary Sue,
unless they, like mine, originally came from Bill Dijk in New Zealand.  My
bulbs seem to be individually self-sterile, but there seem to be several
separate clones among the originals, because in the distant past, I have
cross pollinated among the various separate plants and have gotten fertile
seeds.  Unfortunately, I never grew those seeds to mature bulbs for want of
space and patience. So they should be fertile, if not self-fertile.

This cross is a wonderful pot plant here in Indiana, producing abundant
flowers in late summer.  It is definitely worth growing.

Jim Shields

On Sun, Aug 11, 2019 at 12:20 PM Rimmer deVries <rdevries@comcast.net>
wrote:

> Cyrtanthus elatus x montanus From Mary Sue Ittner. In BX 330 (Dec2012).
> Is this self fertile?
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