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Is it a Musa Sikkimensis, Musa Thomsonii, Musa Velutina, or Musa Sp. (Helens Hybrid)
· Date: Thu March 30, 2017 · Views: 3632 · Filesize: 74.8kb, 924.8kb · Dimensions: 1500 x 1125 ·
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Registered: September 2015
Location: San Lorenzo Bolivia
Posts: 23
Thu March 30, 2017 8:40pm

I planted this plant in a tray with Musa Velutina seeds. and it grew but it looks nothing like the other Musa Velutina plants. The seeds I had that could of got mixed in are, Musa Sikkimensis, Musa Thomsonii, Musa Velutina, or Musa Sp. (Helens Hybrid).
One characteristic is, it has a red tint to it and the leaves are huge.
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