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I have a nitida plant and olata cuttings available
Quote from: merce3 on April 19, 2017, 09:58:32 PMI have a nitida plant and olata cuttings availableHow are the alata fruits? Has your alata vine fruited yet? Also do you just need one vine?
You can see the difference in fruit sizes. The large one is the Ruby Glow and the small purple one is Frederick.I hand pollinated the Ruby Glow with pollen from the Frederick and the Purple Incarnata flowers.Not sure which pollinated which.The fruits of the Ruby Glow were delicious!Kevin
Quote from: merce3 on April 19, 2017, 09:58:32 PMI have a nitida plant and olata cuttings availableI need an Alata. I bought one from FruitScapes and one from Top Tropicals. I am afraid they are coming from the same source... Do you think it would work to pollinate them with Quadranqularis? Would Nitida need protection in winter in Bradenton, FL?ThanksOnur