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 -  Sunday, January 28, 2007
Pleasantly Surprized
Reviewed By: Kathy (Massapequa, New York)
I recieved this small plant to my door. Honestly not expecting much. It grew outside my home to 2Ft by summers end. It now decorates my dinning room for winter. If I recieve fruit in the years to come that will be a bonus. I just love it.
 -  Monday, April 16, 2007
Reviewed By: Mellisa (Los Osos, California)
The plant arrived and it was so small but now, less than a year later, it is getting very big at around 3' tall. Plus it has babies popping up around the base which will be separated and potted separately. I love it!
 -  Monday, July 16, 2007
Reviewed By: erik (Elizabeth, New Jersey)
I got a 1" plant in the mail not expecting much. Three months later, it is almost 1' tall and I hope I have bananas soon. It was a lot easier to grow than any other dwarf tree because of the plant light I got for it.
 -  Thursday, August 16, 2007
Reviewed By: Laura (Chicago, IL)
I bought this banana tree two years ago and never had a ton of hope for it. Now it is well over 5ft tall! I used a large 'self-watering' container as I am known plant-neglector. I would like to note that the leaves spread out more than I expected, so make sure you have room. I can't wait for it to bloom and start producing. We had a tornado in the area last week and the one thing I brought inside was this plant.
 -  Saturday, October 20, 2007
Awesome plant!
Reviewed By: Karen (Ames, IA)
I don't really like bananas, but the plant looked so cool that I decided to buy it. It was small when I got it in May, now in October, it is over 18 inches tall and I have repotted it thrice from the pot it came in, and it is about ready for the next size up that is sitting in my living room. It is such a cool plant, I love it! Note: When it produces bananas, the main stalk will die, it is best to let two of the "baby" plants stay with the main plant so that they can take over, separating the rest is good so the plant has more energy to make bananas. Mine has one baby, it is so cute!