Musa Basjoo (Banana plant) - 3 Plants - Hardy Banana Plant - Japanese Fibre Banana | Garden Select
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Musa Basjoo (Banana plant) - 3 Plants - Hardy Banana Plant - Japanese Fibre Banana €21,95 €29,95

Musa Basjoo (Banana plant) - 3 Plants - Hardy Banana Plant - Japanese Fibre Banana

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On delivery, the plants have a height of 30 to 40 cm.

 

Musa Basjoo, also known as hardy garden banana, is native to southern China. It is the most hardy banana plant in existence. The plant is hardy, but in severe frosts, it will die down to the stem or even to the ground. Fortunately, the plant grows back rapidly in spring.

The Musa Basjoo is a great garden banana for outdoors but can also be kept in a tub or on the patio. After only 3 years, the tree can flower and produce fruit. The garden banana can reach heights of about 250cm in ideal conditions.

Care for

The plant grows best in a sunny position in nutrient-rich, well-drained soil. The Musa Basjoo requires a lot of water during the summer months from April to September. The more water the plant gets, the faster it grows. This can be up to 180cm per year under the right conditions! In winter the top of the plant dies off without protection, in spring it comes back and starts its growth spurt again. If the plants are in a pot, they can also be brought inside in winter and grow throughout the winter. Pruning Musa Basjoo is not necessary but can always be done.

Plant height

On delivery, the plants have a height of 30 to 40 cm.

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