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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 04-03-2017, 06:59 PM   #141 (permalink)
 
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Can anyone help this fellow out??
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Does anyone post to the UK?
Hello Goodnight.
I'm new in this forum.
Do you know any website to buy a Musa dwarf red?
Thanks in advance and greetings.
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Old 12-09-2018, 03:34 PM   #142 (permalink)
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Any ideas where to buy cycad sp.?
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I have Cycas Pectinata germinating (if that's the right word for cycads) they have put out a long root, but no leaves as of yet.
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Just realised no ones mentioned Achims bananenshop.
The perfect place to find a Saba for anyone thats after one
Hey
Tried most of the links above and in my region and non of them really works mm
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MUSA BLUE JAVA
MUSA APPLE
MUSA DWARF CAVENDISH
MUSA SILVER
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MUSA VELUTINA

ADDITIONALLY many subtropical plants to give/trade see profile



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MUSA THOUSAND FINGER MUSA PARADISICA
MUSA IHOLENE (orange core)
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I have never had a problem shipping US to UK in either direction, normally takes about 7-10 days.
Wow your list is gigantic
Are you exchanging anything?! only have 6 varieties but the local one from Azores - dwarf cavendish kind is producing incredibly well and delicious.
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ADDITIONALLY many subtropical plants to give/trade see profile



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is there any place in europe where i can find a Musa Viente cohol ?
Saw your stunning banana list- if you sell something let me know !
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MUSA BLUE JAVA
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MUSA SILVER
MUSA RED DACCA
MUSA VELUTINA

ADDITIONALLY many subtropical plants to give/trade see profile



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MUSA IHOLENE (orange core)
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PERMACULTURE GIRL LIVING ON SÃO MIGUEL
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LOOKING FOR BANANAAAS.


MUSA BLUE JAVA
MUSA APPLE
MUSA DWARF CAVENDISH
MUSA SILVER
MUSA RED DACCA
MUSA VELUTINA

ADDITIONALLY many subtropical plants to give/trade see profile



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MUSA THOUSAND FINGER MUSA PARADISICA
MUSA IHOLENE (orange core)
MUSA DOUBLE MAHOI
RED VARIETIES
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Is it correct that Musa "Kluai Roi Wi" is Musa Thousand Fingers? I ask because in the palmscenter-shop you get one for 11,60 and a Red Iholene for 11,50. That`s cheap, right?
Hi Linda
Can I have that contact please
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PERMACULTURE GIRL LIVING ON SÃO MIGUEL
CRAZY FOR TROPICAL FRUIT

LOOKING FOR BANANAAAS.


MUSA BLUE JAVA
MUSA APPLE
MUSA DWARF CAVENDISH
MUSA SILVER
MUSA RED DACCA
MUSA VELUTINA

ADDITIONALLY many subtropical plants to give/trade see profile



LOOKING FOR:
MUSA AeAe
MUSA THOUSAND FINGER MUSA PARADISICA
MUSA IHOLENE (orange core)
MUSA DOUBLE MAHOI
RED VARIETIES
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