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Japanese Fiber Banana Palm Tree: Small

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US $109.95
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The Japanese Fiber Banana Palm Tree - Musa Basjoo
The Musa Basjoo is a green palm-like plant and is the most cold-hardy banana species. The Japanese Fiber banana plant has been known to survive in climates as cold as southern Ontario, Canada, Central New England and the northern border states of the American Midwest, such as Michigan, Wisconsin. It is cold hardy planted in the ground to -5F and with protective mulching, down to -25F. With its banana leaves expanding to 6-8 feet in length on a plant that grows 15-20 feet in a single season, this will not go unnoticed. Even if cut to the ground during cold winters to ensure its survival, this hardiest of banana species will return undeterred, reaching up to 15-20 feet high. Its inflorescence is one of the most beautiful of all bananas. The Musa basjoo is unlikely to flower or fruit in extreme northern areas of its range, but further south, may produce ornamental flowers and small, inedible fruits. They need 9 to 15 months of frost-free conditions to produce a flower stalk. The plant has become popular with gardeners in the past ten years, due its rapid growth, tropical look, and ease of care.

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Additional Information

SKU pt-10-01 small japanese fiber banana palm tree
Palm Tree Size Small
Palm Tree Attributes Popular, Tropical, Cold Hardy, Pinnate (Fan Leaves)
Palm Tree Name Japanese Fiber Banana Palm Tree
Palm Tree Common Names Japanese Fiber Banana Palm, Japanese Hardy Banana, Hardy Banana Palm, Hardy Banana Tree, Hardy Banana, Banana Musa, Musa basjoo, Plantain Tree, Plantain Palm
Palm Tree Botanical Name Musa basjoo
Palm Tree Country of Origin South East Asia
Indoor/Outdoor Use Indoor & Outdoor, Indoor, Outdoor
Palm Tree Maintenance Easy, Easy to Moderate, Moderate
Palm Tree Can Be Potted Yes
Palm Tree Growth Rate Moderate, Moderate to Fast, Fast
Average Max Height (Mature) 5 - 10 ft, 10 - 20 ft
Palm Tree Radius Spacing (Mature) 1to 5 ft, 5 to 10 ft, 10 to 15 ft, 15 to 20 ft
Palm Tree Sun Exposure Low to Moderate, Moderate, Moderate to High, High
Palm Tree Flower Yes
Palm Tree Fruit Yes
Cold Toleration Zone 5a (-20 to -15 F), Zone 5b (-15 to -10 F), Zone 6a (-10 to -5 F), Zone 6b (-5 to 0 F), Zone 7a (0 to 5 F), Zone 7b (5 to 10 F), Zone 8a (10 to 15 F), Zone 8b (15 to 20 F), Zone 9a (20 to 25 F), Zone 9b (25 to 30 F), Zone 10a (30 to 35 F), Zone 10b (35 to 40 F), Zone 11 (above 40 F)

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