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Old June 22, 2011   #9
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Originally Posted by nctomatoman View Post
It isn't about male and female - it is that the pollen of a particular plant can't pollinate itself (like tomatoes can) - so you need two plants and the bees present to fly from one plant to the other with pollen, and vice versa. A few of my seedling customers have only one Tomatillo plant, so I am trying to root some side shoots...if it works, I will have some plants available locally (three, to be exact - and one is spoken for!)
Thanks Craig learn something new everday.

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