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Old 08-23-2019, 07:27 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Cool ....bags are your choice of a container?

Looking mighty fine.
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i just got some hard nursery containers in a bigger size... free woohoo
when it comes to moving them around i would say the hard containers are less likely to damage roots
the bags can squish out of shape
container of choice? i dunno... but i am using some right now....

anyhow here are some visitors to the monarda



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kind of chilly out there this morning...
check out the pstem growing on the thai black


wide leaves on the dwarf green... it is in the foreground though
lacatan at the left, dwarf green with orinoco behind it, namwa hopefully and thai black on the right side





thats the basjoo on the left in front of the rose of sharon hibiscus



raccoons, squirrels and whoever else always get the grapes the night they are close to ripe

peak season pics?
i wont be able to update for a short while
post pics soon enough though

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just saw the backyard for the first time in a while...things have grown
since posting last i have 4 new varieties woohoo
ensete ventricosum large seed germinated while i was away and someone was kind enough to pot them up... they are doing well!


traded plants with JP... brought home poquito and dwarf cavendish possibly
i will take pics when they get bigger...still need to pot them up

i also brought home a banana plant which was bought within a cluster of flowers by my great uncle


some pics from the backyard just now....







by the way... i saw banana plants in wolfville nova scotia while i was away!
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Awesome gardening. I covet your Thai black. Nice work!
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subsonicdrone,




Everything is looking awesome!.....Amazing Garden!.....Keep it up!....






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just saw the backyard for the first time in a while...things have grown
since posting last i have 4 new varieties woohoo
ensete ventricosum large seed germinated while i was away and someone was kind enough to pot them up... they are doing well!


traded plants with JP... brought home poquito and dwarf cavendish possibly
i will take pics when they get bigger...still need to pot them up

i also brought home a banana plant which was bought within a cluster of flowers by my great uncle


some pics from the backyard just now....

by the way... i saw banana plants in wolfville nova scotia while i was away!
Nice..
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I am just getting a feel for growing this stuff but I have a good start on a Blue java, it's 4 feet tall and half a foot in diameter. I will have to move it indoors into a temporary pot home until spring. Winters can reach single digits but in the 10's is more common.
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video update

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last banana plant standing


the rest have been cut shorter and brought inside
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beautiful, shame to have to take it down.!
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thats the basjoo
i will leave it out a little while longer and wait for the weather to affect it a bit
then dig it up and bring it inside as i dont think it is big and established enough to make it outside
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