The complete guide to growing banana plants at home. Whether you grow them indoors in a glasshouse, or put them out in your garden during warmer weather banana plants are ideal for providing a tropical feel in your garden.
Hardy Banana Trees: How To Grow And Care For A Cold Hardy Banana Tree - Love the look of lush tropical foliage? Cold hardy banana plants grow well and over winter up to USDA zone Learn more about growing these hardy bananas in this article.
Banana plants prefer a light, well-draining soil. To aid in drainage quality add raised areas above heavier soil to allow thin roots of banana tree to spread. Choose warmest location on property for they need full sun; twelve hours a day is optimal.
Like most fruit trees, a banana plant sends out suckers. With grafted fruit trees, it is recommended that you prune and discard suckers, but banana plant suckers can be split from the parent plant and grown as new plants.
Banana, the most consumed fruit can be grown in containers. It is a lush green, fast-growing plant that can give any place a tropical look and feel. Many varieties become excellent houseplants that don't need much care and grow up very quickly.
But I think our banana plant is dead? 😣 GORGEOUS - Tropical Look: Banana Plant, Calla Lillies, Sweet Potato Vine, Petunia, Coreopsis. (Is Yellow-Leaf in Back a Coleus? & Is red on left an Amaranth?) - Interesting Combo for Sun.