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Bananas In Idaho

 
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So this is not quite the standard case for permaculture sites and solutions, but it does confirm a way to get bananas to grow in Idaho.

http://www.ktvb.com/news/Farmers-growing-kale-bananas-year-round-in-Idahos-miracle-mile-246254441.html

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To Hell with the bananas, I want a coffee tree.
 
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