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spring will get here--inspirational banana summer pictures

Posted by sandy0225 z5 Indiana (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 5, 07 at 8:24

We can't enjoy our bananas outdoors all year in Indiana, but they sure like it over the summer.

another display pond picture
sandy0225


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RE: spring will get here--inspirational banana summer pictures

Fantastic tropical garden! What is the dark maroon colored plant along the Calodora?


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RE: spring will get here--inspirational banana summer pictures

Thanks for the nice comment.
The taller dark maroon colored plants are a variety of tall amaranth. The shorter more purple ones are perilla. Both come back each year from seeds that are dropped, they can almost be a nuisance. The amaranth and perilla are both edible, perilla is a japanese herb and used in some sushi, amaranth leaves can be eaten like spinach.
I sell plants of both in the spring from my greenhouse, but I can only sell them once, the next year you already have them. bummer!


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