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Old 08-07-2020, 12:12 PM   #221 (permalink)
 
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Do you have any pups on Daijao this season? Mine usually pup regularly but this season I have none?
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Hi! Yes, i got 4 pups. I took 2 to trade and let the other 2 with the mother.
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Do you have any pups on Daijao this season? Mine usually pup regularly but this season I have none?
is that a deja vu, or have you said that before?
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Thank you very much! I do my best...
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Not bananas i know... but soo good!

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They look very similar to unripe Mangoes
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Yes, they don't turn to vivid yellow or orange like mangos. When matured and get this greenish pale yellow skin colour. They smell lovely and are super sweet like mangos!
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It's hard to tell what it is, unless you see the flower and fruit on it, it could be one of many variegated Musa, does the mother plant have variegation on its leaves, since some varieties variegation fades out as they mature.
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It's hard to tell what it is, unless you see the flower and fruit on it, it could be one of many variegated Musa, does the mother plant have variegation on its leaves, since some varieties variegation fades out as they mature.
Hi! Thank you very much from your reply! The mother trunk shows variegation too... the only thing i know is this is from Palau...
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Well i will not buy it because it's bananas have seeds... not a dessert banana.
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One new Dwarf Goldfinger banana tree...

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Alpinia zinziber midnight and Zinziber mioga dancing crane

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productive tree! i have never seen these before
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Thank's! In fact it's 3 tamarillo trees and yes they are very productive since the second year. This year the fruits are very big!
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Thank you for sharing photes of your plants. Love looking at all of them especially the finger limes, paw paws and tamarillos. If you do mind me asking, did you start the tamarillos from seed?
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