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Old 01-19-2016, 12:40 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Default Re: growing bananas in northern/central north carolina?

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Originally Posted by Feistywidget View Post
A few off topic questions but I can't get the info for it elsewhere. Can I grow mango and guava (pineapple guava) in northern to central NC provided I used the type of protection you described with bananas?

If I were to grow bananas and the others listed in a coastal area of northern N. Carolina, would they still need protection?

Also again off-topic, sorry. Could you grow rhubarb as a perennial in N. Carolina? The reason I'd be growing the tropical fruits mentioned is because rhubarb won't grow in the southern part of the state and I like rhubarb.

Would you have to wrap the branches of the trees in something (tarp like you mentioned for example) if they're going to be in a greenhouse? Also could you show pictures as to what this should look like if possible?
I am not positive, but I think Rhubarb is a cool growing plant, I know here it wont do very well in our heat.
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