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Deep South Coastal, TX
(Zone 10a)

September 27, 2002
12:12 AM

Post #369618

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Here is the flower inside. The red end of my artist's brush shows the anthers which contain the pollen. The anthers are the male part of the flower. The pollen is a fluffy powdery substance. By stroking the anthers with the bristles of the artists brush, you can collect the pollen for transfer to another flower. This flower is Eventide.

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