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Profile for varig8
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Last Photo Uploaded bluejavaiceceam.jpg
Blue Java (Ice Cream) in flower
Last Comment Posted variegated bananas
This is the only all white leaved Musa that I know of that can be grown on its own separated from the parent tree. This is due to tiny green chloroplasts within the leaves that are not discernible unless you look closely with a magnifying glass. As the leaves age they turn a very light pastel green. Other all white suckers produced from different varieties of variegated Musa have NO chloroplasts and will not survive and continue to grow as this one does.

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