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Re: everybody outside today?

Hi Ceres-

I separated one of my extra bananas from the parent over the weekend.  I 
took a pruning saw and cut through the connection to the parent plant 
(yes- the saw is now even duller from cutting in the dirt) and then took 
my perennial spade to it.  It actually came out quite well with lots of 
roots.  So I think it was a success.  I did chop the top of to that is 
was only about 2 feet tall before trying to dig it up.  I delivered it 
to a friend to plant in her yard today (I put it into a pot for her, for 
now, since she knew she wouldn't get to plant it until the weekend.
Good luck with yours!

Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

>In a message dated 10/11/05 6:33:39 PM, Aplfgcnys@aol.com writes:
>>there is no empty space to put them back in?
>I'm in the great shuffle mode, too!   However, my plants are bigger & more of 
>them.   I now have 3 sizeable bananas & two babies and can't bear to let any 
>     Ceres
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