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Musa velutina  Pink Dwarf Banana

Musa velutina – Pink Dwarf Banana Musa velutina – Pink Dwarf Banana
Product Code: Y3-39600
Ornamental Value: Beautiful
Favorites: For Beginners
Availability: In Stock

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Undoubtedly our most popular banana, the Pink Dwarf Banana is beautiful, easy to grow and stays small enough even for a window sill. Import to Australia prohibited.

Minimum order value for orders containing SMALL PACKETS only is EUR 25. For orders containing WHOLESALE sizes only (or mixed orders) minimum order value is EUR 100.
Worldwide shipping. Prices excl. shipping costs.


Size: Small Packets
Seeds Weight Price
  • 10 seeds
0.01 kg EUR 4.90

Size: Wholesale
Seeds Weight Price
  • 100 seeds
0.01 kg EUR 9.00
  • 1,000 seeds
0.04 kg EUR 25.00
  • 10,000 seeds
0.44 kg EUR 149.00
  • 100,000 seeds
  • Only 2 left!
4.40 kg EUR 1,190.00

Quantity:  
  • Ornamental Value (low–high) 4
    4.0
  • Germination (difficult–easy) 4
    3.8
  • Germination Time (years–days) 4
    4.0
  • Plant Care (difficult–easy) 5
    5.0
  • Speed of Growth (slow–fast) 4
    4.0
  • Total 4
    3.9
This delightful dwarf banana, to only 1.2 m (4 ft.) tall, is certainly very deserving of a common name that calls attention to its "pinkness." Its somewhat waxy leaves have a pinkish midrib, the flowers are pink to orange, and the very ornamental fruits, dwarf bananas, are a bright, velvety pink, and last for months at a time. The bananas are edible and quite sweet, but also full of seeds. This species is originally native to the eastern Himalayas and Assam. It is very cold tolerant and will survive even frosty winters outside if heavily mulched. Alternatively, it makes an excellent indoor plant and is one of the few bananas that will actually flower and fruit in the house.
Cultural Requirements
Frost Tolerance Moderate
Water Requirements High
Wind Tolerance Low
Appearance
Growth Rate Very fast
Growth Form Herbaceous Tree
Ornamental Value Beautiful
Uses
Food/Medicinal Edible Fruit
Classification
Plant Group Bananas
Botanical Order Zingiberales
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