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Old 03-05-2020, 09:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 03-06-2020, 02:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Are these photos yours? They are all different varieties.

Tall bananas with narrow and strait leaves is not very specific, there are many varieties with those traits, they are not unique traits.

For ID, show us a photo of the plants you are trying to ID.
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Gabe15 No, not my pictures. I ask for the advice of telling me at least one name of such varieties from the first two pictures. I currently have a type of Musa Basjo, the third picture is for comparison to the first two I want. I want to buy another type, I like this ones I described but can't find out what their name is. I can't order when I don't know the name. I have researched for years about these bananas, from the pictures 1 and 2. I have seen that many used different names, wrong ones, because many do not know the exact name of these types.



I think you would be better off asking for recommendations of banana plants to grow in your country and climate. Banana plants by nature are tropical plants. Your location appears to be Serbia. You need very cold hardy plants to survive your winters.



The banana plants in the 2nd photo are located at Kanaha Beach Maui a long ways from your location. .... I'll bet Gabe took the photo (may be both photos) or at least have personally seen those plants in the 2nd photo. So I'm fairly sure those would not survive in your climate.
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After making a quick check, your location appears to be in a 'growing zone 6' compared to USDA zone charts. Banana plants become very difficult to grow when in zones colder than 9. A few banana varieties are manageable in growing zone 8.
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As always, I got everything else just not what I asked.

i don't know the variety of the bananas you pictured. There is not enough info to identify the plants from the photos. .... But you did state you wanted to buy the same banana plants. I was simply warning you these are not likely to survive in your growing conditions. The Basjo is your best plant to grow unless you plan to move to a warmer climate or build a heated greenhouse.


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Well ... the OP has left the house and took his post with him. duh.... too bad I didn't quote his first post in my reply. ....oh well ...
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