HELP! I can't find what this one is anywhere. I have had it for about thirty years.

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  1. driggs

    driggs Member

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    The leaves slightly resemble Dumb Cane but are on long slim branches. The trunk is similar to a palm or cane. I recently fed it some vitamins and for the first time ever it produced the flower that is in the picture. I want to clone it, but I don't know what it is and am afraid I might not get the process correct. Any help would be much appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Don
     

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    Sorry no idea, it's now very late in Scotland , time to go to bed, just like my flowers. Bye.....................Time is now 01.17. Good gardening where ever you are.
     
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    Ron B Esteemed Contributor 10 Years

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    Compare with Chinese evergreen (Aglaonema).
     
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    Amazing! You are right on! Thank you very much. I have asked numerous individuals what they thought it was. Especially since I have never seen it in any of the stores around here. Do you know if I can use the seeds from the fruit to grow another plant?

    Thanks again!
     

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