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Musa velutina


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Hi,

Today my brother (geonomaDude) and I have collected seeds from our plant of Musa velutina. We are willing to trade for other bananas or palms (preferably), but accept offers of other tropical plants.

There is more info with high resolution images in our blog:

Original version (Spanish)

Google translator version (English) - The quality is poor, but you will get the idea of the article.

P.M. if interested.

Regards,

Luis Diego.

Luis Diego G.

Alajuela, Costa Rica.

My website: SeresVerdes.com

Plants and seeds I have for trade

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Hi,

Today my brother (geonomaDude) and I have collected seeds from our plant of Musa velutina. We are willing to trade for other bananas or palms (preferably), but accept offers of other tropical plants.

There is more info with high resolution images in our blog:

Original version (Spanish)

Google translator version (English) - The quality is poor, but you will get the idea of the article.

P.M. if interested.

Regards,

Luis Diego.

hi luis diego

Here is a picture of your seeds musa velitina post-1440-1223659650_thumb.jpg

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Hi Peter,

Nice to see that so many seeds germinated! I hope they can grow and give you fruits!

By the way - Is that small plant next to your Musas a Calotropis procera?

Regards,

Luis Diego.

no luis diego that are not Calotropis procera

that his Psidium cattleianum,

the Calotropis procera are not so big

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