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Datura metelIMG_1651.thumb.jpg.dee9bd62a1ccc7f907f82c2a11eb6dc1.jpg hybrid crossed with Datura wrightii Daturawrightii.thumb.jpg.2c1704cd9146b112e9c8e14253e23a0f.jpgpollen sourced from Mojave desert.

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Hybrid propagation via grafting or crosspollination

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As you can see in the above first photo... all anthers are removed from D. metel hybrid and pollination is then done with only the pistil remaining. As you may also have noticed, the pistil is much shorter than it should be. This is because I pollinate before the pistil has a chance to mature fully.

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