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Old 08-18-2013, 01:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Banana tree for Zone USDA 9A, South of France

Hello everyone, Which banana tree with comestible fruit for the South of France, Zone USDA 9A? Why not one or Musa Orinoco, Musa Helen's for my garden? See Dwarf brazilian?

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I would go with Dwarf Orinoco for edibles and Sikkimensis for ornamentals
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Default Re: Banana tree for Zone USDA 9A, South of France

If you have access to them, other great edibles include Namwah and Rajapuri. They're pretty tough and should do well in your zone.
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