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Old 10-04-2010, 04:45 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Default Re: Musa aurantiaca from Trebrown Nursery is starting to bloom

Hi Frank,

The plant in the photos is not M.aurantiaca. It is some of those mysterous undescribed Rhodochlamys species from northern Burma.

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Default Re: Musa aurantiaca from Trebrown Nursery is starting to bloom

I wonder if anybody growing this plant has tried it outside yet...

If you have, let me know what zone you're in, what temps you have had, and any other relevant information. Thanks,


P.S. I have it in the ground in Gainesville, FL in a couple different spots in the yard. Every Musa I've grown in Mom's yard has done fine though, LOL, so that's really not much of an indication of cold-hardiness.
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