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Old 08-05-2019, 09:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
RareFruitForester
 
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Long time lurker, first time poster!

I'm a banana and tropical fruit tree grower/collector in Bradenton Fl. I'm slowly building my collection up. Currently I have Saba, Gros Michel, Raja Puri, Mahoi Double, Blue Java, Apple, Hou Moa, and a few random bananas rescued from land clearing and demolition.

I'm looking to round out my collection and then grow some really unique flavors\looks. Honestly, every time I'm on here another banana makes the list.

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Collector and general freak about Banana's, Passiflora, Annonaceae, Garcinia, Artocarpus, Plinia, Euginia, and any other fruit I can get my hands on!

Current Nanners
Saba, Double Mahoi, Manzano, Gros Michel, Hua Moa, Truly Tiny or Princes, Raja Puri, an unconfirmed "ice cream", a balbasiana seedling I grew, a gifted unidentified plantain, and about 10+ rescue banana's

Wish List:
EVERYTHING!!!!! But i'd like to round out with some Hawaiian varieties and some plantain diversity.
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