Pollen available for seed split: Truncata x merrilliiana EP Belli x clipeata Leilani Rafflesiana var gigantia BE Veitchii pink lowland X rebecca soper Gracilima x ventricosa Thorelli x aristolochoides X dyeriana
Post by plantguyty1 on Jan 22, 2017 22:23:13 GMT 7
Well you were right. It's a male lol. So does each species have a higher common rate of being male or female? Or is that just a specific thing with Miranda? Anyways guess my wishes have changed. Any active females right now?
It's not a species issue, as much as a "clones available in cultivation" issue. Remember that many commercially available plants are mass produced in tissue culture, or propagated vegetatively via basals/cuttings. This means that though there may be thousands of plants in circulation, these are generally clones (genetically identical) of only a few individuals (could be as few as 1). This individual, or the majority of the individuals, may by chance all be male/female. This results in an artificial skew of males/females not necessarily present in nature.
It also means that if everyone has the same clones (miranda), and they're known male/female clones, then one can predict what a young plant is before it flowers, as hcarlton has.
Post some pics if this Miranda. I have two different Miranda clones that have not flowered for me yet. These two are slightly different from each other and I'm curious if yours matchs the appearance of one
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