How do I grow banana plants?

Answer Soil QualityPlant your banana corm (the root ball) in soil that is light and sandy. Typical potting soil is too heavy for these thirsty plants. Being as fast growing as banana plants are, they requ... Read More »

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How to Grow Banana Plants?

Bananas not only contain vitamin B6, vitamin C, and potassium, but they're also widely enjoyed as snacks, desserts, and even in meals. Depending on where you live, however, the bananas you find in ... Read More »

How to Remove Banana Plants?

Banana (musa) are a tropical, sub-tropical and occasionally temperate, herbaceous perennials that grow anywhere from 8 to 25 feet tall. The roots, called rhizomes, are wide and shallow and spread l... Read More »

How do I trim banana plants?

Pull dead and tattered leaves away from the trunk and cut them off at the base of the plant. Remove leaves that rub against the flowers or fruit.Remove the entire trunk after it produces bananas. U... Read More »

About Banana Leaf Plants?

Banana trees are not trees at all, according to Purdue University's Center for New Crops and Plant Products. In fact, they are a very large herb that produce the popular fruit. There are numerous s... Read More »