Posts Tagged ‘banana’

New Banana for Georgia Beats Cold

Bananas breaking barriers in Georgia By April Reese Sorrow University of Georgia When most people think of bananas hanging on a tree, they picture tropical places. A University of Georgia researcher wants them to start associating Georgia with the popular...

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Banana – Overwintering

Given a mild winter and a sheltered location banana trees occasionally survive Atlanta winters untended. More often, the stem and roots turn to mush by spring. Gardeners who like the tropical look bananas afford but who don’t like the cost...

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Banana

Musa spp. Even though it is considered a tropical plant, you too can grow a Banana tree. Harvesting fruit, though, is possible only in coastal areas. The trunk is not a true stem but only a cluster of leaf stalk...

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Ornamental Bananas – Sources

Q: I just received an e-mail from my mother who resides in Indiana. She said she was listening to a gardening show on the radio last night (out of Atlanta), not sure which one as her memory is not so...

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