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Old 11-16-2013, 02:35 AM
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Dendrobium Madidum seed pods

I have numerous pods developed after flowering, would anyone like these posted to them in Australia?img_1101.jpg
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natural pollination or did you pollinate them??sorry I cant get one..how long ??time wise did the take to mature
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Natural pollination. Haven't matured yet. I take it they have to turn brown?
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They've still got a bit of growth to go before they ripen. Photo of seed pods on a plant in habitat.
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They are a Cymbidium aren't they.
If so, they will be pollinated by the ants around the place. Ants seem to love them.
The seed pod will take 10-12 months before it opens - maybe ready before then if you green seed pod it.
Much by the time the pod is ready, you will see the next seasons flowers.
The plant is normally found in a swamp type county. (lots of humidity/mist/rain)
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