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Old 09-03-2008, 07:14 AM   #21 (permalink)
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47 acres is quite a sob story. I do feel really sorry for you. If you like you can give it to me. I can ease your pain.
its not a sad story......you just get to pick where you want to start planting and go from there. but just on the off chance you really are sad about it, think of it this way......thats more room to plant NANAS! this fall im fixing to dig out some of the "i dont have to have these plants" and relocate them to my back yard....and replace them with "oh my gosh if i dont have these plants my head will fall off, plants".
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Old 09-04-2008, 12:18 PM   #22 (permalink)
 
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YOUR GARDEN IS A-MA-ZING!!

a fwe questions:
how do you protect the washingtnoias?
how is the Bordelon growing with low temperartures ?(<75F)
and whats the flowering banana in the last 2 pics?

I see it one more time: I love your garden! its a paradis
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Old 09-04-2008, 07:43 PM   #23 (permalink)
 
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YOUR GARDEN IS A-MA-ZING!!

a fwe questions:
how do you protect the washingtnoias?
how is the Bordelon growing with low temperartures ?(<75F)
and whats the flowering banana in the last 2 pics?

I see it one more time: I love your garden! its a paradis
First off, thanks for the compliments... and to answer your questions, I do protect my washys. I wrap them with frost cloth after I tie up the fronds and then place a 55 gallon plastic barrel that I have removed the top and bottom of around the washys. I then place another plastic barrel that I have cut in half on top of the other. That is about all I do with them and they seem to do just fine...
The bordelon is planted out for the first year. It has done well and pupped quite a bit. I plan on taking a couple of pups and potting them up to take in my garage for the winter and leaving the rest out to see how it does. I don't expect much, but you never know until you try...
The flower banana in the last couple of pics if my musa siamensis 'Thai Gold'. I have a thread started on that one specifically on the main discussion board about another flag. Hopefully you will see it.
Again, thanks for the compliments and keep in touch...
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I think the plant you are referring to is my Manihot grahamii. If it is located at the corner of my pool area, then that is it. This has to be one of my favorite tropical looking plants...
Thanks for the tip! I've always thought those look like scheffleras, it's good to know for sure
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