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Old 09-25-2009, 01:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default zone 9 central valley banana ?

Ok heres the scoop. I have some young banana plants in the ground a red siam a ice cream and a ornamental im sorry the name slipped my mind at the moment. I have some that were grown not to far from my city umknown name there older ones than I have that big ornamental banana plant in the ground. I have a dwarf red in the pot .Should I dig up the siam and the other young bananas for the winter ? If so will keeping them under a covered patio be ok are should I take them in the house ? I donot want them to die. I know there is some central valley zone 9ners out there please give the brother a hand
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