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HAVE: Several Bananas

Posted by tophersmith 7b (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 9, 09 at 15:14

Musa Margarita, Basjoo, Saba, Veluntina, Lasiacarpa and Maurelli Ensete. I alos have several 1 year old Pario Peach trees. Looking for other tropicals that will survive a 7b winter

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RE: HAVE: Several Bananas

oh do you still have banannas.... and the peach tree?
i have lots that i have been trying a tropical garden in nc...
have several bannanas...trying to get them to fruit here!

tropicals, i have loads of passion flower, incarnata (maypops, will produce edible fruit if fertilized well) and a purple variety dont know the name
have elepahnt ear
imperial taro
dragon wing begonias (mine came back after a 3 snow winter in the ground)
fatsia japonica
white butterfly ginger lily
etc... any of that sound trade worthy?

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