If you intend growing them on, they will need bigger pots, and a cane for support.
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Ignore the white spots on the compost. Put them outside.
Bananas are tropical. If you can keep it warm in a conservatory, you can enjoy the leaves all winter and get a head start on next summer. You won't need to fleece it. Just don't let it be next to the glass which will be colder in freezing weather.
Planted up seven large pots. Complained to the bulb suppliers about the quality of some of the bulbs. Squishy bulbs not acceptable.
incidentally, they don't come from France or Derby, but from South America.
Derby bush beans are what we call french beans
I would put them outside. water well. Keep out of direct sunshine if the temperature is above 70 degrees fahrenheit.
Advertise on gumtree. Free slate chips. Collection only. Bring your own bucket.
What are the chicken wire cages keeping off?. I put some flat over crocus to keep the squirrels off.
I found the worse one was Phlomis fruticosa. I had to shred it with goggles on and and a scarf over my mouth. Please don't laugh at the thought. I also had ear muffs on because the shredder is noisy.
I dug it out and replaced it with a buddleja.
What country are you in?
What is the ambient temperature?