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Old 04-26-2013, 08:45 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Default Re: Permanent banana shelter for winter and spring

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Originally Posted by jjjankovsky View Post
You might just re-think the business of opening the box up when you have a warm day, as you just might goose a dormant plant into thinking it's time to start making leaves. It's best to keep plants away from an up-and-down season...just go out yourself and enjoy that nice day...leave the plants alone until the season really changes.
Thank you, JJ, I have done that "up & down" thing with my tropicals and subtropicals for quite
a few years now and the plants have thanked me with getting a head start on the season.




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