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Brazilian Banana Plant
Brazilian Banana Plant



 
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Brazilian banana trees can grow as much as one foot per week from the first week of growth  in June until the first week in September, when the temperature changes to cool and that slows the growth as the tree begins its entrance into the dormancy process.  The Brazilian banana plant responds dramatically to increasing temperatures of the summer, and extra watering and weekly fertilization will accelerate the surge of growth.  A very large banana plant bulb will often produce bananas during the second year, bananas with a pleasant sweet tasting texture and an easily, identifiable, ripening fragrance that is recognized by everyone.  This tree when mature can grow from 12 to 15 feet tall, depending on the growing conditions.

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5 of 5 Pleased so far. Now to see how they grow. April 2, 2017
Reviewer: Jim Dial from Cullman, AL United States  
Shipping and planting went well and quickly. Needed to go back on-line to double check planting instructions. Would be nice to include a short fact sheet on planting tips.

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5 of 5 condition October 11, 2014
Reviewer: Willie Douglas from Drain, OR United States  
Your response to replacing  our damaged order was greatly appreciated.  These plants look much more alive.

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