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My first year having bananas with fruit with cold weather coming too soon Smile


I know it will be too cold to leave them out in a few days. What will happen if I cut them now and bring them in now? Can I cook them some how & eat them, will some of them ripen? If I can bring them in: Do I hang them in lighted window in lower light, darker garage, etc?


Or do I just leave them & hope for a better & earlier season next year?
· Date: Tue December 6, 2016 · Views: 1032 · Filesize: 45.7kb, 1215.5kb · Dimensions: 1849 x 4032 ·
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