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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 07-07-2005, 03:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Growing now in my garden are:
Ice Cream, Mysore, 1,000 Fingers, Williams, Rose, Kru, Apple, GoldFinger, Dwarf Red, Blood, Cavendish & Pink (Musa Velutina).
I actually have plenty of Velutina seedlings currently available to trade. Here are pictures of the pink bananas, one in bloom and the others photos are sprouts from seeds:
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If you want a few, let me know what you have for trade. I currently have several dozen seedlings.

As for the rest I mentioned above, I will soon have plenty of these bananas to trade with you guys. In time, I will post when they are available. There's more that I have, but the others still need to be identified (nothing new, just not sure what they are..) and so I cannot mention their name as of yet.
Let me know if you're interested in trading bananas. Also, feel free to start a new thread in addition to replying here.
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Old 07-13-2005, 10:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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am interested in trading once mine are a bit older, i just planted them about 7 months ago...so far so good...i have dwarf namwah, jamaican red, mona lisa, fhia 18, dwarf brazilian, goldfinger and a couple yet to be identified.

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Keep me in the loop. I have
Dwarf orinoco, dwarf brazilian, zebrina, williams, hua moa, sikkimensis (outstanding cold hardiness in our zone, leaves undamaged by our zone 9 frosts), enano gigante, cocos, FHIA-17(? will check on this later), loads of SDC's, gold finger, cardaba.

I also have the rare (not sold in any online stores) cold hardy California Gold which I would like to trade with Ae-ae, costs slightly lower than Ae ae, but still expensive.
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At what point can you/should you remove pups to trade?
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Sean - I'm in South Florida - you?
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and what are SDC's? lol...I am new to growing bananas and only discovered them after going to the Fruit and Spice Park in South Florida. Fortunately I live only 20 minutes or so away from the park!
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Bananas - I am in Miami as well...where are you located at? I am in Palmetto Bay
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excellent...would love to come up sometime and see your plantation...my parents are in lauderhill and in-laws are in pembroke pines
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I have successfully obtained pups that are just 2 inches tall and it survived the process. I usually will not remove any pup if the mom is in bloom or is about to bloom.
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Definately good advice. These were all from TC though. There's pups but they stay.
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Thanks for the org, in another month ... 10 years

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You're more than welcome!

That's pretty cool - 10!
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Wow, this thread has been resurrected like Jesus Christ.

Do you still have plants to trade? I'm looking for a dwarf variety that I can take indoors over the winter. I have some prime dawn redwood seedlings and Poncirrus trifoliata v. "Flying Dragon."
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Wow, this thread has been resurrected like Jesus Christ.

Do you still have plants to trade? I'm looking for a dwarf variety that I can take indoors over the winter. I have some prime dawn redwood seedlings and Poncirrus trifoliata v. "Flying Dragon."
If you ever find Truly tiny, so far it's a great container plant for me and it will not go over 3 feet...

I can't trade you one... You know where I live...
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