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RE: banans

Any hardy to zone 5?.... like that would kind of retain their leaves so
you don't have to start from scratch every spring?!?


> There was discussion some time ago about the lack of diversity among
> bananas, how growers had bred diversity out of them, and that they had
> become an endangered species--subject to various diseases.
> To this I wish to add--from another list--that an Icelandic scientist
> [go figure] on expedition in Micronesia has found and classified 14
> species of Musa.
> Island Jim

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