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Old 04-17-2017, 12:38 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Default Re: New Musa Basjoo Plant Arrived

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Thanks for the information. Yes, Denver and Salt Lake City have very similar climates. I will start checking with local nurseries to see if they have any Basjoo corms or pups. I did some research online and am not sure how to tell if a plant is TC or corm/pup. Lots to learn!

Please post some pictures of your plants if possible. It would be fun to see how yours have been doing.
Nothing to see yet lol! Last year I tried to overwinter the p-stem, which didn't work. But it did come back from the ground. I didn't get much growth though. I see others around the country where they get many feet of growth in one season, so I suspect the horrible clay soil is to blame.
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