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Re: Papaya bloom?

Could be that it's too cold for the pollinators, Noreen.

On Tuesday, January 13, 2004, at 09:54 AM, TeichFlora@aol.com wrote:

Oddest thing, was cleaning out dead leaves, etc. from around my plants.
Found that my papaya trees are blooming. Obviously they have been doing so for a
while since there are dead blooms all around it and on the plant. There are
fresh blooms that are open and buds on the tree. Is this normal?? Jim??
Obviously I must have all of one sex, since no sign of fruit, but boy, whatever
sex they are, they sure got a dosage of Viagra last summer.
zone 9
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