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Old 07-17-2021, 11:24 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Default Re: Developing new variegated banana varieties

Originally Posted by Valor_X View Post
I definitely want to try this, when both my Variegated Florida's get bigger I am going to separate them and then cut a piece of the corm off with a knife.
I will need to invest in a humidity propagation box.
You'll find that Florida are super easy to work with.

3 Florida pups

And after a little practice even variegated monstera will be easy. Normally one variegated monstera plant will produce 17 new plants each year but that number can easily be pushed above 500 annually.

A bunch of variegated monstera


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