Subject: A. Crispus propagation
> Another suggestion, from Karen Randall, was that the plant may n
> self-fertile. I have two of these, but only one has generated a
> The first A. crispus began putting up spikes shortly after the f
> leaves reached the surface. The second one just has not develop
> same degree as #1. It may be getting out-competed and is probab
> planted too close, about 2" separation. If #2 starts to develop
> spikes, will the two plants pollinate one another? It seems tha
> would be beneficial in any case. Should I do anything to help t
> pollination, when I do get flower spikes from #2?
If you get flowers on two plants developing at the same time, rub
the flowers gently against each other to see if you can get them
to cross polinate.
> From: HeathDA at agresearch_cri.nz
Aquatic Gardeners Assoc.