Musa Hajaray

fern Rob

Re: Musa Hajaray

Post by fern Rob » Tue Sep 17, 2013 9:20 pm

Looks a good species if kept warm.

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Re: Musa Hajaray

Post by Somerset77 » Tue Sep 17, 2013 10:13 pm

Sorry to hijack the thread but I've noticed today that my Nagensiums have the very same closed petioles.
But with a nice powdery black ish stem with a reddish base above the soil.

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Re: Musa Hajaray

Post by Dave Brown » Wed Sep 18, 2013 8:15 am

Somerset77 wrote:Sorry to hijack the thread but I've noticed today that my Nagensiums have the very same closed petioles.
But with a nice powdery black ish stem with a reddish base above the soil.
Also my sold as Chini-champa, which probably isn't, has closed petioles, but Hajaray and Chini-champa are supposed to be related. as Chini-champa is suspected as one of the parents. Need DNA test
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