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[aroid-l] Colocasia hybrids

  • Subject: [aroid-l] Colocasia hybrids
  • From: Brian Williams <pugturd@alltel.net>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2004 19:42:48 -0400

I am looking to do more work with crossing colocasias. I have been having a hard time working with them as they seem to produce little pollen and I am not to familiar with the exact time to pollenate them or if the ones I have been trying to cross will produce seed or if they are sterile. Does anyone know of some forms that have been known to produce seed? I have never had seed and have attempted over 50 crosses. Which plants should I be working with to make seed?

which of these would be sterile or viable? Or does anyone know ? If anyone has a form that is known for producing I would like to see pics of it. How large would berries be? THANKS

affinis jenningsii form 1 big dipper black magic black runner blue green form
chicago halriquin common bulb form green
dark stem cupped upright shinny leaf
ele ele
fontanesii gigantea
green form runner
jet black wonder
mulicolored stem
nancys revenge
neon green leaves red and green stems
neon pink
paylays smoke
pink china
purple streaked stems
purple green streaked
red pink and white stems
red white stems spotted var on leaf
ruffled leaves dark stem
sp dark stems big flowers
Yellow splash yellow variegation
yellow veins pink to peach stems

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