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Species Bananas Discussions of all the different wild species of banana (non edible), an aspect of the hobby that deserves its own section.


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Old 08-30-2014, 10:18 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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Default Re: Musa zaifui sp. nov.

Love this nana.

Any pups going ? Based in the uk
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Default Re: Musa zaifui sp. nov.

Hi Frank, I agree… I’m also thinking that the plant I have it may not be zaifui… twice I’ve had my zaifui at just above flowering size and yet no flower.

I don’t think my plant is in the itinerans group though… the plant I have fits the botanical description for zaifui in so many ways! I also have a small M.chunii that’s very closely related to zaifui and that also looks much like zaifui.

My thoughts are its either… M.zaifui, M. chunii or M.ruiliensis, all three are recent discoveries and closely related.
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Bananaking - Gilian, knows of a Zaifui that is flowering maybe he could post a picture.
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Good evening to all you,
There are news about the diffusion of this nice musa today...??
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I'm not able to find zaifui seeds in internet...
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Not sure why. I suspect it's now called something else like Musa Rubinea.
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Mmmmmhh...I have seen pictures of musa rubinea....is different...no..I think is simply ignored..is a pity for this musa is perfect for a balcony pot..wind resistant..freeze resistant...it can be a good business if somebody cultivate and sale it around the world..
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