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I'm Doing the Happy Dance!!!!

Posted by NineCrow Midlands UK (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 14, 05 at 7:58

As I Have Flower Buds on my Incarnata.... YAY
I'm Growing for Fruit.... I'm Hoping that they will ripen well as they are growing inside on a windowsill... This Windowsill gets the Sun all day.... So Do you think I've go a chance to get Ripe Fruit?

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RE: I'm Doing the Happy Dance!!!!

Is the fruit on a P. incarnata edible? I know the P. edulis fruit is Just wondering :) I didn't know that the P. incarnata fruit was edible.

RE: I'm Doing the Happy Dance!!!!

The other Name for P. incarnata is May Pops...

RE: I'm Doing the Happy Dance!!!!

The fruit is edible, at least the little sack around the seeds. But you won't get fruit without you doing the pollinating with that plant being indoors.

RE: I'm Doing the Happy Dance!!!!

I Know...
Mum has a Massive Caerulea 'Constance Elliot'(It came from John Vanderplanks Collection) at her house, so when the time comes I'll be using that Pollen... I hope.... *Grin*

RE: I'm Doing the Happy Dance!!!!

I Have my 1st Flower Open.... I've Pollianated it with Caerulea 'Constance Elliot'
So Now I guess it's the Waiting game, Right? LOL

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