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Saba pix

Posted by pitangadiego San Diego, CA (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 8, 06 at 1:00





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Tis the fruiting season?
Thanks (again!) for all the wonderful pics.

seahorse


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  • Posted by seth z5 coastal ME (My Page) on
    Fri, Dec 8, 06 at 13:02

Wow! Great pics!


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The color on the inside of the bud scale is very beautiful.


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how tall is your saba?


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They are 16' of trunk, and the leaves are 8-10'long. Gnereally about 14' or so to the bottom of the bunch. My Brazilian is almost as tall, but it has shorter leaves, as well.


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How tall will my 6 foot saba, monkey fingers, hua moa, and basjoo grow in one season? Is there a chance they might flower?

They are adding slow and steady growth of 2 leaves a month.


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Wow, thats huge. It would be nice if I could grow bananas that were that large, but there is ABSOLUTELY no way I could overwinter saba in my climate.


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