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Old 06-10-2009, 02:27 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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folks this is awesome! Thank you for sharing photos! I hope that my banana seed will grow once to such big plant too.
I especially love how bananas look in the middle of lawn, I also planned to plant it like this here, I already have lawn and only need banana now
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folks this is awesome! Thank you for sharing photos! I hope that my banana seed will grow once to such big plant too.
I especially love how bananas look in the middle of lawn, I also planned to plant it like this here, I already have lawn and only need banana now
Thanks for your thanks ( ), but these are just small naners I have. Bigger and robuster will come soon. Some edibles too... Will post pics. But the view will be the best next year, some Super Dwarf could start fruiting and there might be some other growing to quite imposing heights.
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Old 06-10-2009, 04:42 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Hey Jack
nice pix!!
great looking plants. U ware right about coloring.

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mine looks just like yours
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great looking plants. U ware right about coloring.

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I wonder, if it gets any more colorful. But I think not. Btw. it's not because of light or sun, because marenmar is just the same distance from Equator or maybe even more than me...
How do your children like bananas Ante? You know, when they see their father playing with so many plants. Maybe a picture of your children below the large DC would be a great pic for family album...
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Old 06-10-2009, 04:50 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Haha, I ll wait till we grow a banana forest for familly album
Kids enjoys naners, they helps from start, from sowing, repoting only avoid watering to preserve home dry
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Kids enjoys naners, they helps from start, from sowing, repoting only avoid watering to preserve home dry
Yes, I know what you mean, my parents can still remember the day, when they gave me the hose and said to water the garden. I was 6 years old, but there was no part of the house, that would be dry.
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Some new pictures. nanas bought today. i think the last for 2009.
hmmm think. Next week the 90 seeds i orderd comming in..

Ok hera i go. sit back end no dripping on the carpet please.

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Great updates!
Last for 2009??? Dont think so
We should organise tournament here. Member with only one naner wins, hahahaha...

Joke aside, these are great plants!
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Ok hera i go. sit back end no dripping on the carpet please.

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Beautiful, YAKUZA, that makes one more pup I want to trade zou for something. Siam Ruby and Monkey fingers.
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no problemo.
when i have pups i let u know, but the first pups are for personal collecion. backup when mother nana is in heaven.
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when i have pups i let u know, but the first pups are for personal collecion. backup when mother nana is in heaven.
Deal, I might interest you with some cool plants as well, but it's surprise for now. (ey, Ante? one of the surprise for you too)
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come one jack, tell me hehehe. what is the secret?

i like your 'Pahari Kela' . (we want pups, we want pups)

you have a photo update?
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i like your 'Pahari Kela' . (we want pups, we want pups)

you have a photo update?
Nope, no photo update, corms are still recovering. Making completely new roots, as if tehy are no longer using the old ones, which are probably dead, because they dried out on the way here.
Anyways, I have 2 specimens in baskets (or plastic buckets), which don't limit their root growth. Also, I can see, to some extent, what the heck is going on in there. Still, nothing, but new roots. Once in a while I cut the Pstem back by about 3cm, and it grows back precisely 3cm, that's how I know they live for sure. But nothing.

Soil temperatures are high in the buckets, as they are heated up by the sun from all directions.

I think it's just a matter of weeks until there is enough roots to start making pups (I think the original Pstem won't live on, but many new pups will emerge).

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Yep, there's one person that knows, partly, what I'm about to get, but he will remain secret, right. Btw. today we had warmer climate, than you guys in Makarska.
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No, I didn't shoot enything, because nothing's really going on above the surface level. When there's a movement above the soil level, you will be the first guys to share my pix with...
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We are on a good track here. :lol:
Haha Jack, dont belive sticker. Didnt change this till morning. We are a bit more than 30 now.
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Haha Jack, dont belive sticker. Didnt change this till morning. We are a bit more than 30 now.
We too , 31°C now . It's actually been like this since maybe 11:00, I'm all burned on my back, have been making space for nanas.
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my sticker is right.
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my sticker is right. **** hehe.
we want 35°c
Don't mind the weather. I realized today, that during the winter, when I can't go out and enjoy the life I do most work. And by most I mean more than non programmer can imagine.
But summer, actually, when the weather is above 25°C, I literally sleep outside, do everything outside. We even have a shower for pool outside, so I even shower outside, don't really bother to come inside. It's pretty empty there until late October ...
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