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Banana Plants For Sale & Auction Whether your looking to sell your banana plants for a fixed price or for auction, you're bound to find a bunch of people who will probably be interested. Please describe what you are selling as best you can, what payment methods you accept, and where you will/will not ship to, as well as if local pickup is welcome or not.


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Old 05-27-2007, 11:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default HAVE: rubinea, siamensis, african red, laterita

I have mature corms of each of these. I have 2 siamensis as well. Each are $15, except rubinea which is $25. I need to get rid of these quickly and will be posting them other places as well so if you want them please reply quickly. Please PM or email me if interested.

Left to right rubinea, siamensis, siamensis, african red, laterita.


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sorry no pictures, but they are short slender plants with buttery cream colored flowers.
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Old 05-27-2007, 04:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: HAVE: rubinea, siamensis, african red, laterita

Sold!
I will take them all.

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Default Re: HAVE: rubinea, siamensis, african red, laterita

Jarred, you're too quick, lol! I'm trying to figure out which would be the best banana I could get to flower/fruit indoors at a very short height, but not SDC. I seem to remember a picture Gabe posted a while ago of something like that, but am not sure which one it is.

If you get any pups...

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Will do, Joe.
You're up on the board for em... they're bound to pup sooner or later
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