impatiens walleriana

pomme8916July 14, 2007

I have a impateins plant and would like to propagagte the plant by seed. i have read that the pistils appear after a few days the pollen has shed. Thus preventing self pollination. Is it possible to save pollen and use it to pollante a flower so seeds can from. I will then use the seeds ti cross pollinate agin. Has anyone ever done this?

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MrImpatiens(Zone 9 CA)

Pomme8916
You don't really need to save pollen. Just take some off one flower that has pollen and then dab it on a flower that dropped the cap. That is the easiest way to pollinate and you are sure to get seed.

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