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Old 03-30-2019, 10:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 03-30-2019, 05:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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wow!!
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Its just the normal tall ‘Red’, but nice video, thanks for sharing.
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Nice video of the normal tall Red Nana Variety!......As always Gabe, you nailed!.....Thanks for sharing your acknowledge, your expertise my friend!.....



My tall PR Morado Nana Variety (16 ft. tall at flowering) have that stunning colors on the Nana bunch at flowering/blooming!...Very beautiful purple hue with burgundy color!....







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The fella has quite the farm there. And some nice plants.
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Nice! Even the dwarf red gets pretty big. Nice to have if you got the space.
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Nice Red.

The fruit starts out with a yellowish green color and quickly turns to that dark maroon color. Thanks for the post it reminded me that I need to harvest a Verdin bunch today, which is a red that reverted back to the green.

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