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Cold Hardy Bananas This forum is dedicated to the discussion of bananas that are able to grow and thrive in cold areas. You'll find lots of tips and discussions about keeping your bananas over the winter.


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Old 04-12-2017, 07:14 AM   #61 (permalink)
 
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Default Re: Do you have to protect musa basjoo?

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My basjoo stumps are also growing in PA. I had some plants covered with a 1' pile of leaves and they are doing fine. Winter wasn't too harsh here.




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Looks great Erik! Its amazing since I uncovered my plants its appears they have started growing by the minute. My biggest stump has evolved to nearly a foot high since Sunday. We got rain on Monday which probably helped and bright sunshine yesterday, although, it was chilly(low 60s).
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Old 04-16-2017, 08:15 AM   #62 (permalink)
 
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Default Re: Do you have to protect musa basjoo?

After working the yard yesterday I noticed that four of my Musa Basjoos are happily growing. I even transplanted one to another part of the yard. I have three other types of banana. Icecream(I think its called) I got it down in Florida. The other two are a Red Banana and what I grew from seeds called Giant Nepal have no sign of new life. Their stumps are a soggy mess with no new little shoots. I've left them in the ground for a wait and see. All I could think is the three aren't cold hardy. We'll see
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