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Old February 15, 2017   #1
BettaPonic
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This is my weird plant. This plant create sunrise fruit that drops and turns slightly orange with no seeds off the plant. I propagate it through cloning.
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Old February 16, 2017   #2
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Could be a natural mutation in a plant hormone that results in the multiple growth, wilting and seedless phenotypes. Not adaptive in a natural environment, but I am glad you seem to enjoy it!
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The wilting look is just how the top growth looks. The bottom growth is normal looking. The many branches is because that is a cutting. Thanks I do enjoy this plant.
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