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#123128 Sep 3rd, 2007 at 11:02 AM
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Hi everyone,

I don;t know much about banana trees but my mothers friend had one and it was a gorgeous tree. She obviously had it for years cause it was big. Can anyone reccomend a kind that I could find to grow well indoors that actually has fruit on it? Any information would be greatly appreciated. I dont know much about fruits as I have not yet ventured into that territory of gardening yet.

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Stottlar1 #139639 Oct 11th, 2007 at 06:13 AM
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you'd want dwarf cultivers like dwarf cavendish& you'd be able to grow it outdoors durring the summer potted or sunk in ground.they are actually quiet easy to overwinter.You can grow basjoo outdoors where you are.they are hardy to zone 5 and can wrap trunk or build a cage around ot filled with leaves or straw.


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