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Old 02-13-2012, 06:48 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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Default Re: After a 2 year wait, dwarf orinoco started to flower!

The one in the picture the fruits rotted out... However I had the one pictured behind this one, produce 15 little larger then twinkie sized bananas. I upsized the Dwarf Orinoco into a 30 gal, this seems to be a happy size for it.

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Chopped down main pstem after the harvest, now have pups with the same root system giving it a second go in the same soil mix and container.

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Here is an updated photo of the progress;



Going to separate one of the pups soon.
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