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Cold Hardy North America Banana - Tree Seedling (Rhizome) - 3 to 6 in. Long

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Item details

Condition
Used
UPC
Does not apply
Brand
Unbranded
Type
Fruits & Fruit Trees
Common Name
Banana Tree
Number in Pack
1
Item Length
12 in
Features
Rhizome

About this item


  • Live Organic Banana Fruit Plant  
  • Permaculture Seedling: earth care, people care and fair share 
  • Grow Beautiful Plants from Tree Seedlings (Rhizomes)
  • Fruiting: Will grow Bananas when tree is adult
  • Bake Bananas in breads
  • Toss Bananas in fruit salads
  • Safety:   Child Safe, Pet Safe
  • Plant Form:   Rhizome
  • Type:   Fruits & Fruit Trees
  • Growth Habit:   Clumping
  • Soil pH:   Neutral
  • Features:   Organic
  • Soil Type:   Chalk, Clay, Loam, Peat, Sand, Silt
  • Growth Stage:   Rhizome
  • Color:   Green, Multicolor, Purple
  • Climate:   Continental, Highland, Humid Continental, Humid Subtropical, Marine West Coast, Mediterranean,                                        Mountain, Sub-tropical, Temperate, Tropical, Tropical Wet, Tropical Wet & Dry
  • Sunlight:   Partial Shade, Full Sun, Low Sun, Medium Sun
  • Genus:   Musa
  • Growth Rate:   Fast
  • Indoor/Outdoor:   Indoor & Outdoor
  • Watering:   Medium
  • Season of Interest:   Summer and Fall, Spring
  • USDA Hardiness Zone:  min. 5 ( above  -20 °F)

Zone 5 experiences mild summers and cold winters, with the average minimum winter temperature falling between negative ten and negative twenty degrees Fahrenheit. This area’s short growing season lasts from late spring to mid-fall, with the last frost date falling in early May and the first frost occurring around mid-October. (If you reside in this zone, winterizing your plant’s roots with a layer of mulch will protect them from the winter’s freezing temperatures.)

Zone 5 starts in the Northeastern United States (including parts of New England, like Maine and New Hampshire, and mid-Atlantic states like New York, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia). It extends across the northern part of the Central US (including Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, and Wisconsin). It reaches all the way to the Northwest (including Montana, Wyoming, Northern California, Oregon, Washington, and Idaho). Parts of Colorado, Nevada, and Alaska also fall under Zone 5.