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Looking for Musa, Cavendish, California gold (will pay)

Posted by Jerimah3 5 MA (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 22, 12 at 20:56

I'm trying to start banana'ing, and I've heard seeds are not really a viable option... Is there anyone who has or knows of a reliable way to obtain Basjoo Musa, dwarf cavendish, or california gold pups or saplings or something of that sort? I'd be willing to pay for shipping or any trouble costs, but people always talk about how most of these bananas grow up with many pups so I was hoping someone could help me out.

Thanks
-J


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RE: Looking for Musa, Cavendish, California gold (will pay)

There is a good, economical sources for your banana plants that I have used with good results called Florida Hills nursery. These plants are small but healthy and shipping is very reasonable. Actually I think you could buy from them and be cheaper than having someone ship you a pup.

Here is the link

Here is a link that might be useful: Flordia Hill nursery


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