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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 07-15-2005, 12:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Looking to trade,
I have the following in sw Florida:
Apple
Dwf Cavendish
Tall Red
Raji Puri
Pisang Raja
Goldfinger
Orinoco
Saba
Mothan
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Musa ornata 'Bronze'
Musa ornata 'Purple'
lots of Heliconias
lots of Gingers

looking for:
Dwarf Orinoco
Musa coccinea
Ele Ele
French Horn
Cardaba
Hua Moa
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Old 07-15-2005, 02:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have cardaba, dwarf orinoco, cocos, enano gigante, not a lot of pups yet.

How tall is your tall red when mature? I only plant bananas that are not over 10 ft at the trunk due to wind problems.
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Tall Red get about 15', I have a Dwarf Red but pups aren't ready yet. Would buy corms if price is right.
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put me in the loop, I can wait.
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I'll save you one. I need a dwarf orinoco and cardaba when you have them ready
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Thanks. I have loads of cardaba pups. Will separate them on August 6 or 7 and will send you a couple if they are not that heavy. My orinoco pup is huge, it is now 4 ft tall, but will see if new pups come out. I have a trip from Jul 22 to Aug 1 to Grand Canyon, Az.
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keep me in the loop as well...would be interested to purchase some pups...
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Anyone interested in Dwarf Brazilian. These are among my cold hardy banana collections. I have 2 pups that's about ready in early August.

Here's my research on this cultivar:
Dwarf Brazilian. Hybrid type AAB (unconfirmed). The latest banana cultivar imported from Brazil in 1979 is a dwarf mutant form of 'Brazilian' known as 'Santa Catarina Silver' ('Dwarf Brazilian').It has fruit characteristics similar to 'Brazilian', but the plant is only about half as tall. It fruits between 7.5 ft to 9 ft. This makes it of great interest to growers because it is easier to manage than the tall 'Brazilian' and has been shown in several recent storms to be tolerant to wind damage. Dwarf Brazilian got a lot less frost damage then the 5 foot tall FHIA vars and started to grow along with the Namwah and Misi Liki, a whole month before the FHIA vars. It can have some growth along with the Dwarf Namwah and Misi Luki, and have 30 day head start during spring compared to other varieties. The leaves are only partially burned at 28 deg F. Fruit quality is considered one of the best. Florida reports it as cold tolerant, Wind resistant with thick trunk and strong root system, Resistant to all diseases. Well suited as a landscape plant. Fruit will ripen on plant without splitting. Can harvest by shaking plant and have ripe bananas fall down. Male flower is quite tasty when cooked and eaten in a salad. In Hawaii they call dwarf Brazillian banana "Apple banana " and are planted everywhere. The best banana tasted both for cooking and eating raw. Brazil Apple Banana, Santa Catarina Silver. 7-9 ft
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hey buddy ill take whtever you have , i also have some to trade when they pup!
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Will notify you soon. I usually separate the pups, grow them in pots before shipping them out, to insure 100% survival.
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I would be very interested in Dwarf Brazilian. I have been looking for cold hardy fruiting varieties with little success.
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Now that's two that I counted
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Yes i have some stuff to trade as well when they pup, i also have some poppy seeeds that grew into wonderful full big mutiple podded plants very nice> 12 diffrent kinds let me know
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JoeReal, did you receive my email regarding trade for Dwarf Brazilian?
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I will check and get back to you.
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When my dwarf brazilian pups, I would be glad to trade!
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Marc,

I have Hua Moa and am looking for Pisang Raja.

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