Is Bowiea volubilis self-pollinating?
My Bowiea volubilis is finally blooming. I've had it for years, and I've only been able to propagate it by bulb scale cuttings so far. Now I hope it will set seed. My sense is that it is self-fertile, with a single clone in bloom sufficient for seed production (please let me know if this is not the case). However I have a vague memory that it might be one that benefits from manual pollination of the flowers to get efficient seed set. Does anyone know whether this is the case? I already saw a tiny wasp that appeared to be visiting one of the flowers, so maybe I have an appropriate pollinator anyway.
The flowers are not showy, but small and interesting. They are up at about 7 feet, climbing the Fuchsia boliviana Alba (also in bud).