- Plant Care
Bananas are considered tropical and sub-tropical plants, however, they can grow in protected micro-climates in warm temperate and even cool temperate zones. For best flowering and fruit development, plant in a position that will receive full sun.
Flowers are produced from the pseudostem and develop into a cluster of hanging fruit. In commercial growing plantain plantations, once the fruit is harvested, the plant is cut down soon to be replaced by pups that sprout up from the mother plant.
Banana trees grow in tropical and subtropical parts of the world and therefore they love full sun, heat, and humidity.Banana trees are tropical and originate in rainforests, so they need a lot of water and plenty of moisture in the air.Growing Banana trees requires well-draining soil, sandy soil that is rich in organic matter and compost.15 - 30 °CBanana is a fast-growing plant and it requires heavy feeding to grow at its full strength.
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