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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 07-31-2017, 09:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am looking for a few Banana Varieties for a long time:
1. Iholena Le Le
2. Pitogo
3. Maoli
4. Musa Balibisana
5. musa paradisiaca.

If someone has these I'm willing to exchange since I have a
few verieties that are extremely hard to find (Middle Eastern)
Syrian Banana, And an Israeli Mutation Called "Amos" Banana
That has a huge up to 60-70 Kilos of fruits per plant with the
right caring.
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Old 08-03-2017, 11:40 AM   #2 (permalink)

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Where are you located?

Musa paradisiaca doesn't really exist, it's a relict name that due to the rules of botanical taxonomy is technically valid as a name but does not refer to any
specific banana, it's basically a catch-all name meaning any banana, but it is not used by banana taxonomists anymore. Is there a specific type of banana you were interested in when you came across this name?
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