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Manni or Dwarf Indian banana

seeds of this Musa manni or Dwarf Indian banana.  This dwarf, two - four feet  musa is very hard to find.  The oblong glossy green leaves have a red/burgandy rib.   A good pot plant for cooler climates.
Manni or Dwarf Indian banana

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Seeds from this Musa manni or Dwarf Indian banana. This dwarf, two - four feet musa is very hard to find. The oblong glossy green leaves have a red/burgandy rib. A good pot plant for cooler climates.


Monticola Kinabalu Mountain Banana

seeds of Musa monticola This diminutive mountain banana is only known to grow above elevations of 1000 m  in the mountainous regions of northern Sabah, Borneo. The slender, dark mottled pseudostems are only 3 to 7 ft. tall. The upright inflorescence produces glossy purplish-brown bracts followed by miniature bananas held in a very dense bunch not much bigger than a very large pineapple. The small ripe fruits, although seedy, are very sweet. A rare and localized species that should be most suitable for the cooler tropics and warm temperate areas with protection from frost. Zones 9 to 11. seeds of Musa monticola This diminutive mountain banana is only known to grow above elevations of 1000 m  in the mountainous regions of northern Sabah, Borneo. The slender, dark mottled pseudostems are only 3 to 7 ft. tall. The upright inflorescence produces glossy purplish-brown bracts followed by miniature bananas held in a very dense bunch not much bigger than a very large pineapple. The small ripe fruits, although seedy, are very sweet. A rare and localized species that should be most suitable for the cooler tropics and warm temperate areas with protection from frost. Zones 9 to 11.
Monticola Kinabalu Mountain Banana

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Seeds from Musa monticola This diminutive mountain banana is only known to grow above elevations of 1000 m in the mountainous regions of northern Sabah, Borneo. The slender, dark mottled pseudostems are only 3 to 7 ft. tall. The upright inflorescence produces glossy purplish-brown bracts followed by miniature bananas held in a very dense bunch not much bigger than a very large pineapple. The small ripe fruits, although seedy, are very sweet. A rare and localized species that should be most suitable for the cooler tropics and warm temperate areas with protection from frost. Zones 9 to 11.


Muluensis

seeds  of this Very Rare and very easy to grow Musa Muluensis or Mulu Banana. This spectacular banana from the lowlands  in Sarawak on the Island of Borneo produces clustering pseudostems to about 13 ft. tall. The arching inflorescence holds about 6 hands of finger-long fruits and a pendulous red or brownish male bud. Closely related to M. textilis, it does best with tropical conditions but is unknown in cultivation so far.
Muluensis

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Seeds of this Very Rare and very easy to grow Musa muluensis or Mulu Banana. This spectacular banana from the lowlands in Sarawak on the Island of Borneo produces clustering pseudostems to about 13 ft. tall. The arching inflorescence holds about 6 hands of finger-long fruits and a pendulous red or brownish male bud. Closely related to M. textilis, it does best with tropical conditions but is unknown in cultivation so far.


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