Brunsvigia namaquana

Fri, 26 Jul 2019 16:22:25 PDT
Got it, Ok.  The stigma is incredibly tiny, but I do have a microscope so I
will monitor it.

Thanks for the info on how to configure my account, I will look into it.

The last batch of emails on Albuca was really helpful. I have quite a few
and intend on unpotting and taking pics of the bulbs.  When I get to that
point, I will learn how to post to the Wiki directly after IDs have been

I wish there was an avenue for DNA (paternity testing) for plants that
would be reasonable in cost.   We are solving age old ‘cold case’ crimes
thanks to genealogy, and it would be great to solve some plant label
crimes.  Hah!

Best regards, Lisa

On Fri, Jul 26, 2019 at 5:40 PM David Pilling <>

> Hi,
> On 26/07/2019 23:08, SHOAL CREEK SUCCULENTS wrote:
> > Ok, meaning try again, David?
> Yes. Collect pollen/anther, put in fridge, wait for stigma to become
> receptive (visible change), apply pollen. I am not familiar with this
> species, so guessing.
> > I did attach a pic of the flower on my last message earlier today.
> Yes, you did, thank you. Sorry I did not scroll down far enough.
> > For whatever reason, when I post - I don't receive a copy of the message
> > via PBS message service- so I can't tell how the content looks.
> This is a common complaint.
> Firstly you can configure your subscription to not send you, your own
> posts.
> But you have not done that - so the list is sending your posts back - I
> suspect most members do not know they can change various settings for
> their subscription.
> The other possibility is that your email program (gmail common source of
> this complaint) is filing the posts somewhere unexpected. Try searching
> for the contents of your post.
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