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Old 02-11-2014, 11:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Joy 3-5 ft ediable ????

What is a good ediable banana but one that will stay smaller so i can bring indoors ???
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Default Re: 3-5 ft ediable ????

Try A "Super Dwarf Cavendish." Supposedly, they only grow to about 4 feet. I'm growing one now, but it's not full size, yet.
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Default Re: 3-5 ft ediable ????

I'd recommend 'Raja Puri.' It is hardy and does well in pots. Mine that's in the ground is about 5'.
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