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BANANAS this summer

Posted by tropicpalms VA BCH 8b (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 16, 09 at 10:47

Musa Orinoco

Musa Orinoco
Bottom w/ pups. I have already seperated 3 other pups approx. 4-6' in height.

Musa Orinoco
Looking up the trunk.
I will post many more soon. I have one w/ bananas the fruited also. - Justin in VB


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RE: BANANAS this summer

  • Posted by knotz 8/PNW SWWA (My Page) on
    Wed, Sep 16, 09 at 19:46

GREAT pictures!!


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RE: BANANAS this summer

Beautiful. What type of banana is it? In Zone 8 you won't have to dig them up will you? That is just an impressive stalk.


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Musa Orinoco im pretty sure because i have another which flowered and had bananas. ( I will post pics. soon ) I know many people around here who leave them over winter and they will die back to the bulb then shoot up almost a foot a week in late feb. early march. I on the other hand dont like to see them die... so I dig them up leave the upper leaves and pot them and have them as house plants for the 4 approx winter months. Thank you they and I love the summer. -Justin


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