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Old 09-09-2009, 05:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Change from the container in ground Musa sikkimensis, Musa basjoo, Musa acuminata ssp

All hello! Here at us in a greenhouse quarantine has ended. And we have decided to land some plants of a banana in a ground from the container. It Musa sikkimensis, Musa basjoo, Musa acuminata ssp. siamea. Who Would be desirable to look will show a flower faster. In the future we will try to land some more versions.
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Old 09-09-2009, 06:13 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Good luck Andrei!
Wish U many pups and flowers.

U have huuuuuuuuge greenhouse there. Lot of work.
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Thanks, I hope flowering will not be tightened for years..
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Andrei they look very good now, and will be spectacular as they grow. Congratulations!
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Thanks, I all pending when they will grow big and beautiful. We plan to land some more versions. I will show pictures of landing of other kinds a bit later.
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Andrej, do you intend to grow also edibles there? It would be splendid view for everyone who comes to visist that greenhouse.
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What a wonderful greenhouse! They will grow like weeds for you. Thank you for showing us. ~JaNan
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Start up grow as weeds, very much even we will be glad. We landed them through one, a banana, a bamboo, a banana, a bamboo.. It will be the whole wood! Banana-bamboo avenue. Yes, we would like to receive fruit of these kinds, seeds and to look as there is a full cycle of flowering, to compare to other versions. We have landed some more versions. It Musa itinerans (forma India), Musa Violacea and Musa Dwarf Cavendish. On a photo it is visible that at Musa Dwarf Cavendish yellow leaves. It affects fall of temperatures to +5 degrees. Heating yet have not started, it will be a bit later. All bananas have transferred it normally, and here Dwarf Cavendish has reacted so. I hope it will recover. The greenhouse reaches in height of 5 metres. There is a question, whether it will suffice our bananas? Namely: Musa itinerans (forma India) and Musa sikkimensis? Employees of a garden told that earlier dews Musa sp. Helen's Hybrid in the earth, in a greenhouse. And it was extended under the roof, has broken all leaves, but and has not blossomed. It have cut down. Can be have hurried and it was necessary to wait any time.?!? We will try to plant it again we will look can be it will turn out to blossom at it this time, a bit later.
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All hello! I wish to update pictures of plants which have been landed in a ground. So. Musa itinerans India Form was not lost nearly, for the unknown reasons, or to it it was strongly cool or the ground which for it prepared, has not approached. There is a probability that compost was not completely ready and has burnt to it root system. But it was possible to transplant and keep in time it it. Musa acuminata ssp. siamea too has not got accustomed. It has been planted at the very end of a greenhouse and cool air has stopped its growth in a winter season. It was necessary to plant it far away, is closer to the middle, there is much warmer. I think it this hour will start to grow much better. The most good growth has shown Musa sikkimensis!!! He already has grown more than two metres and has given many puppies, now there will be a whole bed of this kind. Musa Basjoo have damaged casually, have broken to it a stalk, but he has endured it also this hour has begun active growth. Well also has started to grow Musa Dwarf Cavendish. Also have decided to land in ground Musa sp. Helenīs Hybrid. And it has started to grow very quickly. Here all photos:
Musa acuminata ssp. siamea

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You have done well under those challanging growing conditions Andrey. Congratulations!

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Thanks! I will observe of growth of these versions, I hope flowerings it will not be long necessary to wait. The best regards!
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Your plants look like they're doing great! I'm sure they really appreciate being planted in the ground and being able to stretch their roots a bit. Lots of great pics in this thread...thanks for sharing!

PS....can I move into your greenhouse? That thing is incredible!
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Can certainly. It agree with you the ground account, they have estimated it, is appreciable by active growth.
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All hello! Here updating of my pictures. Plants have considerably grown. I have landed still bananas. It Musa itinerans India Form, Musa Formosana and Musa balbisiana. I hope they very quickly become big. All successes and the best regards!
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Looks great as always, Andrei! Is that your personal greenhouse?
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It is a greenhouse of a botanical garden, I there grow up bananas and a bamboo.
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All hello! Lately plants have strongly grown. I expect flowering of some of them. Here pictures.

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