Musa Siam Ruby

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tropical-pete
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Re: Musa Siam Ruby

Post by tropical-pete » Thu Mar 27, 2008 1:27 pm

Oh right well some schools are having the two weeks off in April, but others are having them off straight after Easter (like mine)...so I've got a couple of weeks off :lol: I assume the schools around your area are having theirs in April?

Thanks, take care

Pete


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Re: Musa Siam Ruby

Post by MarkD » Thu Mar 27, 2008 1:34 pm

Cheers guys!

It's a gorgeous banana and love the look of it but a major consideration is having the place to overwinter it properly.

I'll have a think 8)


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Re: Musa Siam Ruby

Post by ChrisG » Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:09 pm

MarkD wrote:Cheers guys!
It's a gorgeous banana and love the look of it but a major consideration is having the place to overwinter it properly. I'll have a think 8)
MarkD i find a good trick if you are short of space, is to "accidentally" give the plant to someone from this board, then let them know you gave away the wrong plant and get it back from them when the weather warms up enough for it to be outside again. Of course you can only use this trick once on each member and you need to pick the person carefully in case they decide to keep it instead of returning it :shock: :roll:


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Re: Musa Siam Ruby

Post by MarkD » Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:24 pm

ChrisG wrote:MarkD i find a good trick if you are short of space, is to "accidentally" give the plant to someone from this board, then let them know you gave away the wrong plant and get it back from them when the weather warms up enough for it to be outside again. Of course you can only use this trick once on each member and you need to pick the person carefully in case they decide to keep it instead of returning it :shock: :roll:
Sounds familiar Chris, De-javu!? :lol:


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Re: Musa Siam Ruby

Post by ChrisG » Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:39 pm

Markd, obviously I would never actually do that, so how is my agave :)
Actually better duck, i will be in trouble for mentioning a spikie on a soft and squidgy thread.


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Re: Musa Siam Ruby

Post by Gaz » Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:42 pm

following winter some of our spikeys were soft and squidgy... :)


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Re: Musa Siam Ruby

Post by MarkD » Thu Apr 03, 2008 8:54 pm

ChrisG wrote:so how is my agave :)
Ooopss, took me ages to find this post, let alone reply :lol:

Chris, it's doing fine and is putting out new leaves. You'll see your baby again :wink:


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