Musa basjoo, the Japanese hardy banana, is a fabulous hardy banana, which when given rich soil and plenty of feed can reach 4m or more. It is root hardy so shoots from the ground each year if frosted but if the trunk is protected it gets larger each year. This plant can even flower and produce small bananas (see photo)! Plant in moist rich soil in a sunny or partially shady spot and then all you have to do is stand back and enjoy.
** Please note that leaves/stems may be cut back on the bananas and gingers before despatch to minimise damage in transit**
- Position: Full sun
- Soil: Moist, well-drained soil
- Eventual Size: Up to 5 metres
- Habit: Upright
- Foliage: Evergreen herbaceous perennial
- Common Names: Japanese Fibre Banana and Hardy Banana
Musa basjoo - Banana tree requires no special care but please follow this link to the general care page for gingers and bananas Ginger Care
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A.Young on 23 Aug 2017
All received and very happy! Thank you.
Kimberly Howells on 9 Apr 2016
Arrived quickly and looks great, will buy again.