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Old 03-21-2006, 03:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi everyone, I live in Zone 8 (western Oregon) and was wondering if someone could tell me when a good time would be to put the plants I've had indoors all winter and get them in the ground? Second questions, does anyone know where I might buy some pups, particularily ice cream, dwarf cavendish and musa? Thanks for any help on this. I am fairly new to this game.
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Old 03-21-2006, 04:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have one maybe two Ice Cream pups that will be available in about a month once they get a little size on them. I may be able to help with the DC also.
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I was looking at your gallery. Where were you that you were in the snow like that?
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I just wanted to see some bananas with snow on them but no one here seemed to have any so I went and found some on Google!
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You had me totally confused with those too. First there were snowy bananas, then there were pics of you under them in winter months. I was thinking wow freak storm(cause they happen here). Nice bananas by the way!
Welcome imdocrob! I can't tell you exactly when is the best time to plant, but they like warm nights(grow alot during night), so if you're not comfortable without a thick shirt at night then they probally won't be either(and won't grow). I'm hoping three-four more weeks for us west coasters, but you never know.
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Thanks for the info Tropic. I hope to be able to get these growing again soon. I unfortunately think I overwatered a couple of my pups recently and they are dying or dead. I hope Mitchel can help me out with a couple here in the next month. I have dedicated the whole south side of my yard for banana trees and palms. I can't wait to get out there. Thanks for everyones help.
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