They look great g-mom!! Yea, try pollinating a few of them. Take a male flower
, carefully remove the petals if you can (not necessary, but easier to pollinate without them), and move the male flower
's center piece into the middle of the female flower
. (You could even just leave the male flower
piece stuck in the female flower
too.) Worked great for me! (I had toooooo many pollinated then!) LOL. I had LOTS of bees too.
You can also take a q-tip and swipe pollen from the male flower
, and put it on the female flower
, but I don't think it works as well.