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Old 03-25-2022, 02:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Variegated Florida or AeAe

Looking for a pup of either of these Teo variegated banana

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Old 04-15-2022, 12:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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I would also be interested in either variety if someone has one to sell. Thanks!
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Bump, still interested in a variegated nanner
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Hopefully someone has some pups available, I’d love to get my hands on a variegated banana
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Just wanted to give this info. Not familiar with the Variegated Florida but was told by a known nursery owner in California that an AE’AE would be hard pressed to survive the weather in my zone 9a. I really wanted one myself.
Just thought this would help.
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Just wanted to give this info. Not familiar with the Variegated Florida but was told by a known nursery owner in California that an AEAE would be hard pressed to survive the weather in my zone 9a. I really wanted one myself.
Just thought this would help.
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I don't believe that to be true.. Depends on how your setting your banana up for success.. I'd say if you had a semi shaded south side of you house open for a banana that would be best w/ lots of mulch so it going to come back even if the stem gets taken out by the cold. Steve eats AeAe almost every year and live further N than you do..
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Just passing along what was explained to me from a person that knows more about bananas than I do.
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Just wanted to give this info. Not familiar with the Variegated Florida but was told by a known nursery owner in California that an AEAE would be hard pressed to survive the weather in my zone 9a. I really wanted one myself.
Just thought this would help.
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Probably should. It is just like everything else sometimes you get correct advise and most of the time you get wrong advise.
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I’ve yet to lose a banana overwinter

So hopefully a variegated would be no different
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Default Re: Variegated Florida or AeAe

I’m in coastal Georgia(9a) and mine have overwintered fine in my yard. If you get worried just give them some protection. I think you’d be fine to grow one where you are. Just my 2 pennies.
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Im in coastal Georgia(9a) and mine have overwintered fine in my yard. If you get worried just give them some protection. I think youd be fine to grow one where you are. Just my 2 pennies.
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