transplanting ice cream from Fla to NJ
On or about May 20 I am driving up to NJ to visit relatives in Essex County. I want to bring up some ice cream bannanas and plant them, to see how they do during the summer up there.
Am I better off bringing up some pups, bare rooted, or should I bring a plant in a pot?
Im driving up from zone 10 so space in our minivan is at a premium - the plant(s) will have to be small ones.
Also, summers in NJ are usually dry and humid, with little rain fall but the sun is nowhere near as bright as here in Fla. Any advice on watering needs up there? Down here, I pretty much let the summer rains take care of them.