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Banana Plants Wanted This is the forum where you may post about the types of banana plants you're looking to obtain, and in what quantities. Feel free to post a general "wish list" type thread where you list all the types of bananas that you're currently looking for, and continuously update it for best results.


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Old 02-11-2013, 06:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Dwarf Namwah Pearl

Anyone still growing or know of a source were I can obtain one? Internet searching,online auctions,even e-mails to 2 tc companies with no luck. Is this color mutation lost forever?
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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There is a thread on the subject. Pretty pale looking. :^)
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A may be alittle nieve .and I am not fermiler with that stran .but I typed it in on eBay and there for sale there also Dave's garden said they can get them .don't no if that helps
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Default Re: Dwarf Namwah Pearl

They are no longer in production from Agristarts,, which is the only TC company that I am aware that ever sold them. I think Agristarts also gave this form the name "Pearl". They were entirely too weak from the lack of chlorophyll in the plants produced. I bought 6 liners and got zero to grow on. Many of my friends bought trays of them with little or no success in growing them on. The Nam wah "PEARL" is the same as the variegated form of Nam wah. It happens that the variegated form is one of the most unstable variable variegates Ive ever seen. A nicely variegated 'sectored' or 'splashed' plant can and often produces suckers with all white leaves, yellow variegation, white variegation, or the "Pearl" type of variegation you are referring to. These are all the same plant. It is highly unstable and does not always produce like suckers. You can still find the variegated Nam wah on Ebay from a few Thai sellers.
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