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European Section This forum is for members of the Banana Society from anywhere in all of the European Union to discuss things about banana plants, to discuss issues of getting banana plants in and into Europe, to discuss the things that bother the region, etc.. The forum exists to allow every new European member to get in touch with his/her European colleagues, exchange plants, give advice, and more efficiently organize the European banana community.


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Old 11-23-2015, 05:27 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Cold Re: English home-grown bananas!

The plant started fruiting at the end of its third year...picked fruit 12 months later.

As the consensus is Orinoco, I shall rename accordingly!

My other 'named' Orinocos were purchased from the same reputable nursery, as was the original Raja Puri...if I get those to fruit, I will present them to you all for proper identification!

My ultimate ambition is to eat the fruit of a Cavendish, but finding it very difficult to get the mature specimens through the winter...eight months cooped up in my greenhouse at 10C (50F) just about finishes them off, although the younger pups survive (just).

I shall persevere!
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