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This book will tell you how to grow the best species and cultivars of banans in tropical climates, those that do best in patio containers, the best-tasting, and those with ornamental flowers, foliage or fruits. It walks you through the basics of where to purchase your first plants, how to plant them, year-round care, and more. The color photos and information in the Quick Views section, describing 66 different varieties, will help you compare and select the best for your conditions. Bananas have exotic and ornamental foliage: many have edible and delicious fruit. They are excellent grown in the ground in mild climates and also grow well in containers in cooler northern climates. A few species are hardy enough to grow outdoors in temperate gardens. Even beginning gardeners can grow bananas with very little experience and expertise. Growing bananas can change your garden point of view.
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James W. Waddick lives and gardens in Kansas City, Missouri. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Kansas. He was an early member of the Species Peony International Network and a founder of the Heartland Peony Society. Waddick is active in several plant societies, including the American Iris Society and the International Bulb Society. He is the co-author of Iris of China and won the Founders of SIGNA Medal from the American Iris Society. Glenn M. Stokes is the proprietor of Stokes Tropicals in New Iberia, Louisiana, a nursery specializing in bananas, plumerias, aroids, bromeliads, and other tropical species.
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Book Description Stokes Tropicals, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0967854016
Book Description Stokes Tropicals, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110967854016