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- Monday, November 23, 2009
Reviewed By: Runner
(St .Augustine, FL.)
I got my bananna plant a year ago from
my grandparents and it has become my faverate plant. We leave it out side most of the summer and it is a BIG beautiful plant now. Thank You gurneys!
- Thursday, April 23, 2009
Reviewed By: Helen
(Los Angeles, CA)
I bought the banana plant about 1 1/2 years ago. It grew so quickly & is now about 10 feet high. All I've done is water it when the soil seems dry but have not sprayed it with anything so the fruit is truly organic. Once the tree bears fruit it takes some time to ripen. I took some of the fruit iff after 3 months, and it seems that they ripen best once off the bunch and inside. One good way to ripen the bananas (& other fruit) is to put them in a closed brown paper bag for a few days. The heat generated heps speed the ripening process.
This year I have my first crop, about 60-70 lbs. of fruit, im 3 huge bunches. The bananas are different from the ones in the supermarket, but my husband says they are so sweet.
- Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Reviewed By: Nolan
I purchased 2 of these great little plants just for fun. They were not so little when I got them, they grow great even up in the North East. Will definately order more from this site.
- Thursday, January 21, 2010
Great little tree!
Reviewed By: Jessica
I purchased the banana tree a little under a year ago. It has been a great plan! The only problem I have is that my cat likes to eat the leaves! :) It is very easy to care for. I actually put mine into a larger pot, but it is doing quite well. It is about 18” tall right now. I would highly recommend this tree to others.
- Monday, March 22, 2010
Did anyone read the description of the Dwarf Banana Tree??
Reviewed By: W.
I can't wait for my banana tree to arrive. People be patient it does say that it takes 3-5 years to see fruit. Wish everyone best of luck with their tree/s. Take care everyone.