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Re: perianth tube


Pumlla species have perianth tubes. The pods sit right on top of the
rhizomes. When you pollinate the flower and put polination tag below
flower, you later fing tag around a dried flower and the pod underneath
the tag. Then you have to move the tag before it gets lost.

MDB have a combined perianth tube and stem. The seed pods are not
wher you expect them, but usually not right on top of rhizome as with
pure pumilla species plants.

Chuck Chapman



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