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Beginner Gardening Questions: Can a clone cross pollinate with mother plant?

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Patchouli85
Jackson
United States

August 11, 2013
7:37 PM

Post #9627945

I have a wild coral bean plant, and I've rooted a cuting because I'm not sure if this is a self pollinator. So my question is will they successfully cross pollinate and produce fertile seed (bean)?
WeeNel
Ayrshire Scotland
United Kingdom

August 13, 2013
3:58 AM

Post #9629238

Afraid I cant help you with that question BUT, someone like FarmerDill or FarmerJack may be the very ones to give you a clear and educated answer as these are pretty cleaver on such matter, but don't tell them I said that jeeees, LOL.
If they cant help, maybe someone else can point you in the right direction, or what forum to research for answers.
Sorry I'm a bit vague but I had hoped someone would have been able to help you before now.
Good luck and best regards. WeeNel.

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