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Default Experimenting growing bananas in Central Texas

I am trying to grow large Maricongo variety from Puerto Rico here in Central Texas. I do a lot of gardening but never bananas and I just came from P.R and brought with me this babies in the pictures. They are 3 Maricongo variety and two Hawaiian bananas. I just plated then yesterday two in a container and 3 on the ground. I may need some help to do the winter part of this project so feel free to send suggestion at will. Ohhh I also have a Basjoo Hardy but I think that one should be OK here in Texas.
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