Pachypodium pollination

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mmcavall
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Pachypodium pollination

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Is Pachypodium leallii self fertile?
If so, how do we pollinate it?
Thanks in advance!
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Maybe this? http://www.shaman-australis.com/forum/i ... hypodiums/
https://www.cactiguide.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=11477
Seems they are not self fertile. Only some cacti and maybe gasteria are self feritle among various succulent plants.
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stefan m. wrote:Only some cacti and maybe gasteria are self feritle among various succulent plants.
Many Anacampseros (& Avonia etc) as well as various mesembs are self-fertile, off the top of my head. I'm sure there are many more.
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Thanks Stefan for the links! Apparently they are not self fertile...
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Many Anacampseros (& Avonia etc) as well as various mesembs are self-fertile, off the top of my head. I'm sure there are many more.
I think you allready know, but just in case Anacampseros and related, are members of the caryophyllales, and somewhat connected to cacti and aiozaceae. (and i know carpobrotus may be self-fertile as well)
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