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Banana ‘Super Dwarf Cavendish’ (Musa acuminata)

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4" Pot Size
202 in stock
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Banana ‘Super Dwarf Cavendish’ (Musa acuminata)
Anyone can grow bananas at home! This exciting strain of the Cavendish banana will actually produce fruit at a manageable height of just 3’ or less. The bananas will appear often after one year. Although the fruit is smaller than commercial bananas, they're perfect for little hands or small appetites. Banana plants do best in full sun; keep them well watered with warm temperatures and regular applications of fertilizer for best growth and fruit production. They're amazingly fast and easy-to-grow.
Hardiness Zone 9, 10
Bloom Season Intermittent
Sun Requirement Full Sun, Partial Sun
Grows to 3'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 40
  1. Great tropical plant for beginners! Review by Acarentz
    How do you rate this product?

    I love banana plants and Logees NEVER disappoints, they always come in healthy and happy. I one time under another account (which I had forgotten, LOL) had ordered one around January, and living in the NYC area it was very cold out as you can imagine, The plant had ZERO damage from the cold. I highly recommend getting your plants from them, ever plant i have ever gotten from them has always came in some where fruiting when i unwrapped them (not the banana). I worked for a local plant nursery in my area and they had a banana plant for sale that cost over $100!!! sure it was an adult, but i would rather grow it myself anyways. anyways back to my summery of the review, these plants are very tough especially for tropical plants. if you wish to start growing tropicals then this is a good starter one. any questions you have (and i always have tones because i love learning about them) the staff are patient and answer in a way to help you along. so don't be afraid to ask for info, do your HW, and you will have a great experience!!! I know i did! (Posted on 11/2/2014)

  2. Amazing banana plant Review by SJR
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    This has been growing like crazy and has produced a number of pups. The plant is now about two feet tall and I hope to get bananas on the plant next year. (Posted on 9/16/2014)

  3. Quickly growing! Review by Leigh
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    This banana plant arrived in awesome condition and is growing much more quick than I imagined it could! I cannot wait until my first round of bananas! (Posted on 7/21/2014)