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i brought the plants out a couple days ago and took some "before" pics



new addition, a gift from a friend, zebrina survived the winter in the basement


supposed blue java pup


lots of sunburn especially the ones which were under the fluorescent lights as opposed to the hps


out front, this one has been at my sisters the last few years.. i will bring it over there soon


my matoke broke dormancy at the perfect time.. the ones in the hallway were dormant all winter...the thai black usually takes a while to wake up so i dont expect to see signs of life any time soon



i am expanding my plants which i leave out for the winter and mulch with chips
on the left is a basjoo i planted out front last year.. it came back
on the right is a mekong giant which i just planted
in behind which you can barely see is my mystery possible thomsonii seed banana which was the only one to survive my dormant storing attempt
i think they got too cold .. same as last year
this year i will just keep some in the heated part of the basement
i am leaving it outside to be mulched since it seems cold hardy



the basjoo in the backyard has 4 sprouting up so far


i took a back up copy of the possible thomsonii inside last fall... i will plant it near the basjoo in the backyard and leave it out this winter mulched
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