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Purple Lady Fingers

I have a couple of questions about 'Purple Lady Fingers'.  I think I remember 
someone saying that clausa would produce pollen under the right conditions; 
and this must be correct because Mark Zilis says that Bob Savory told him 
'PLF' is a hybrid of longissimas and clausa. 1. Does anyone know what 
conditions would induce it to produce pollen? and 2. I cut open some blooms 
of 'PLF' looking for pollen, but couldn't even find anthers.  Yet today I 
noticed seed pods forming.  How did this happen?
Thanks in advance,
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