The Stephanotis in my conservatory, five years old and five foot high, suddenly produced a fruit - like a small avacado - a couple of years ago, which eventually split open to release seeds like big dandelion seeds.
One of it's offspring, whilst still small and only two years old, has now also produced a fruit.
Is this common or a rare occurrence? - since none of my gardening books talk about Stephanotis fruit. What should I do to increase the chances of producing more fruit?
with kind regards
On plant Stephanotis floribunda
- 8 Nov, 2009
£19.00 at Burncoose