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Old 03-08-2009, 02:22 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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Shaggy (and others) Ask local landscapers if they have any containers they would like to get rid of. Many times these people install plants, and have to pay to dispose of containers, so they would be glad to get rid of a few. I, once. had a landscaper customer (I have a nursery business) who asked me if I could use any containers, and he brought me a dump truck full of them.
That is how I got my collection of 3 gallon pots.
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Something I didn't think about before reading this thread is do I need more than 1 plant (Dwarf Cavendish) to eventually get fruit?
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no dwarfcavendish self pollnating thay have male and female parts
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get a new TC plant started every 45 days until you have 14 plants. This way you can start to have a steady flow of Bananas!
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