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Organic Jim

Leaf Deformity

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Seen it a few times but not often. Can anyone tell me what it's called and/ or what causes it?
Cheers gardeners! Jim. :yahoo:

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Hi Organic Jim it looks like a black hole hope your plant don't get sucked in on a serious note have no idea but looks cool mam

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hi there,I think its a type of rejuvanative growth.The only time i ever get it is in the veg period,thats just my experience.i'm sure some one will know the correct botanical name for it.Will be interested to see what folks say.
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I think that the scientific, technical name for it is 'Groovy Whorled Chunk' of the leaves... :wink:
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thanks chaps :) any other offers?

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Hi organic jim

I dont know what it is. But its rather pretty i think,

Sorry not much help :thumsup:

Love Mrs h C

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Morphous Galaxticus

I like to call it :photo: :thumsup:

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i'm with the fella on the rejuvinated plant thing - that's when i've seen it before. is that the case here?

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Hey dudes. This was on a long veg time plant, seen it on cuttings before. The mystery continues...

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No idea about this one mate but very alien :wink:

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