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Old 04-01-2017, 06:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default I got a few through winter

I haven't posted in a while, sorry, I have a few plants that got through the freeze we had.

I had a plant that flowered in the fall last year. I knew the fruit wouldn't make it but I had to try.
The bananas on this plant got frost burned, so I chopped it down to give more room to cover the pups.
3 pups made it through the second freeze in which we had 40 mile an hour winds and 22 degrees F temps.

Here is the flowering plant right before the first freeze in central Texas.

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