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WANTED: A few bananas

Posted by cactuspaul 7aTulsa (My Page) on
Tue, Dec 6, 05 at 23:31

I am looking for the following bananas for an early spring trade. I am looking for Musa sikkamensis, itenerans, velutina, ornata "Royal Purple", sikkamensis "red tiger" and raja puri. I want to experiment and see if they will be hardy for me in zone 7. I already have a few that are but looking to increase my banana grove. I have a pretty good trade list of winter hardy cactus, agaves, and numerous succulents if you will check my list. Thanks, Paul

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RE: WANTED: A few bananas

I have raja puri. Are any of your passions rooted? I am interested in citrina and nephrodes.

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