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Old 12-10-2019, 01:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I recently bought several banana pups from :
https://www.lamaisondubananier.com/

Since I have been burned already several times from nurseries selling items which are not what is advertised I am curious.
Has anybody got any any of their banana plants to fruit and verified it was the correct one?
I can't find any feedback neither positive nor negative on this nursery other than their service.
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Hi! Yes i buy from them the Musa himalayan fruit and the Musa siam ruby. They are growing well even with a bit of frost (two days this year). And specially the Musa himalayan fruit is growing very well and fast pushing new leaves even now! You can see photos on my thread. So i'm very happy and will buy again from them.
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Hi! Yes i buy from them the Musa himalayan fruit and the Musa siam ruby. They are growing well even with a bit of frost (two days this year). And specially the Musa himalayan fruit is growing very well and fast pushing new leaves even now! You can see photos on my thread. So i'm very happy and will buy again from them.
Thanks Luis. I already bought from them several months ago, so I know the quality of the plants.
What I was asking however is if anybody got their plants to produce and verified that it was actually the variety listed.
They are not a new nursery, it's strange nobody made any report of fruiting bananas.

I got a 3m tall musa velutina, a mulberry illinois everbearing that bear only once, a hard shell almond tree which was supposed to have soft shell, an walter hole avocado which is not mexican type(should be mexican).
Not bought from them of course.
A plant may be nice and grow well, but until it produce it's impossible to know what you actually bought.
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Thanks Luis. I already bought from them several months ago, so I know the quality of the plants.
What I was asking however is if anybody got their plants to produce and verified that it was actually the variety listed.
They are not a new nursery, it's strange nobody made any report of fruiting bananas.

I got a 3m tall musa velutina, a mulberry illinois everbearing that bear only once, a hard shell almond tree which was supposed to have soft shell, an walter hole avocado which is not mexican type(should be mexican).
Not bought from them of course.
A plant may be nice and grow well, but until it produce it's impossible to know what you actually bought.
Well my plants are from this year... it's too soon but i will continue to update on my plants... good luck!
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Avocado Bacon, Fuerte, Stewart, Sir Prize, Ettinger, Pinkerton, Duke7

Paw Paw Sunflower, Prima 1216, Wabash, Susquehanna, Shenandoah, Potomac, KSU Atwood, Sibley, Convis

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