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Old 07-08-2011, 08:31 PM   #1
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Banana trees are beautiful, but they're a lot of work

Dan Gill offers advice, and a reality check, for banana tree gardeners

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Cool. Just about anything will grow in La. Right now I'm growing an Avocado tree, not for the fruit but as a house plant. Getting the fruit from banana and avocado trees is a complicated process. My neighbor had some banana trees as a kid in BR and we ate them, not too bad but a far cry from the grocercy store. FYI If anyone wants to grow an avocado tree as a house plant it's easy but the leaves are very toxic to animals and don't exspect any fruit, you need both male and female to get it on.
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You can't kill a banana tree.
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