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New to bananas and needs help

Posted by jagreen Z6 MI (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 26, 06 at 13:08

Good day, I would like to start growing bananas. I have done some research. I have been looking into 3 bananas (SDC, Dwarf Red, and a Dwarf C). The only problem is I would like to start out with only 2 bananas (one for a friend and one for me). Since I live in the north, I plan on having the plants in pots and bring them in during the winter. I would like fruit. In your expert opinion, which 2 should I buy? I would also welcome any help with growing them. Thank you for your time.


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RE: New to bananas and needs help

Skip the SDC and trade the DC for a Dwarf Namwah.


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RE: New to bananas and needs help

Thank you for the advice. Why the Dwarf Namwah?


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RE: New to bananas and needs help

It's still dwarf, a better performer and far better taste.


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RE: New to bananas and needs help

Hi I suggest the Williams, here is the info 'Williams Hybrid' is one of the main bananas of commerce. The plant grows to 6 to 8 feet. They produce very large heads of fruit that are sweet and delicious. They are wind resistant and cold hardy. see pic at link below

Here is a link that might be useful: my banana plants


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