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Old 10-19-2009, 08:55 PM   #22 (permalink)
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How precious is that?!!!!!

Cheryl do yours have that beautiful peachy pink when they are young and loose it as they get older? Frank says mine doesn't look right, so I don't really know what I have now.
A lot of pups have that pink-reddish color when they first emerge. Musa basjoo, M. velutina, M. yunnanensis, M. itinerans, M. velutina, and others do the same thing. What I haven't quite figured out is why some emerge with that color, and others emerge green. What I have noticed is that the ones that DO emerge with a reddish color tend to be very vigorous sword pups.

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