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Old 08-08-2011, 01:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
Vickie H.
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Default discussion of bananas grown in water

Someone suggested we have a discussion of bananas grown in water. I have grown bananas in water since 2007 when I bought one at a greenhouse. I had seen them growing in water on some of our pond tours. In 2008 or 2009 I cannot remember which I decided to try and grow my own. I put a pup in a saucer of water. Over the period of two months I slowly brought the water up over the top of the pot. I moved the pot from the saucer to a bucket. I have had that banana in water even during the winter like my first one, They are in my basement in winter under shop lights. It never gets colder then 50*F
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