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Banana Plants Wanted This is the forum where you may post about the types of banana plants you're looking to obtain, and in what quantities. Feel free to post a general "wish list" type thread where you list all the types of bananas that you're currently looking for, and continuously update it for best results.


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Old 08-03-2019, 12:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I'll be living in San Diego for at least the next two years so while I'm here I'm hoping to finally try my hand at growing some bananas. I am curious if anyone can give me any advice on any local nurseries or individuals who have plants for sale near me (within ~50 miles of UCSD). Most of what I've seen on craigslist seems to be in the orange county area which is too far of a drive.
I am interested in essentially all plants though my preference is for plants that can grow well in containers and/or stay relatively small (less than 15 feet including leaves) since I'm renting. I currently have a 100 gallon fabric pot that I'm hoping to fill with something that's already at a decent size but I'm interested in young plants as well.

With that said, if anyone has any recommendations, they are much appreciated. Thank you.
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Old 08-03-2019, 04:56 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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I'll be living in San Diego for at least the next two years so while I'm here I'm hoping to finally try my hand at growing some bananas. I am curious if anyone can give me any advice on any local nurseries or individuals who have plants for sale near me (within ~50 miles of UCSD). Most of what I've seen on craigslist seems to be in the orange county area which is too far of a drive.
I am interested in essentially all plants though my preference is for plants that can grow well in containers and/or stay relatively small (less than 15 feet including leaves) since I'm renting. I currently have a 100 gallon fabric pot that I'm hoping to fill with something that's already at a decent size but I'm interested in young plants as well.

With that said, if anyone has any recommendations, they are much appreciated. Thank you.
Hello neighbor,

just answered your PM before I saw this post. Come on over to pick up your fertilizer and I will give you a tour of my banana yard. Located near SeaWorld.
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Someone else in your part of the world is sddarkman619.
Larry is a super nice knowledgeable guy that has a nursery in SD.

https://www.bananatreesforsale.com/
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