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Musa sakaiana

Seeds of this and very easy to grow Musa Sakaiana. A perennial, Evergreen,  perennial with purpurfarbenem pseudostem and long deep green leaves and green up to 4 m. The white flowers with green tips appear to be in 2 rows by Braktee surrounded by shiny reddish brown to pink shaded bracts, followed by a hanging fruit with up to 10 hands of less straight at maturity yellowish-green fruits
Musa sakaiana

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Seeds of this and very easy to grow Musa Sakaiana. A perennial, Evergreen,  perennial with purpurfarbenem pseudostem and long deep green leaves and green up to 4 m. The white flowers with green tips appear to be in 2 rows by Braktee surrounded by shiny reddish brown to pink shaded bracts, followed by a hanging fruit with up to 10 hands of less straight at maturity yellowish-green fruits.


Musa schizocarpa - Self Splitting

seeds  of this Very Rare and very easy to grow Musa schizocarpa self Splitting Banana A  large, wild banana from moderate altitudes in the rainforests of New Guinea. It can grow to be 30' tall. The bracts of the inflorescence are green and are in a large bunch of green fruits that split open as they ripen, revealing a white fruit  with a small, angled seeds. It is one of  a few species that are schizocarpic or dehiscent-fruited  with self-splitting and peeling fruit. It is  unknown in cultivation but would make a nice ornamental for the tropics.
Musa schizocarpa - Self Splitting

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Seeds from Musa paradisiaca when fully grown, the stem reaches a height of 10 - to 30 feet. Only female flowers develop into a banana fruit that vary in length from about 4 - 12 inches. The average weight of a bunch is about 25 lbs. The unripe fruit of banana, rich in starch, is cooked as food or dried and ground into flour. The fruit of the plantain cooking banana is larger, coarser and less sweet than the kinds that are eaten raw The seeds need to be soaked for 24 hrs and then sown 1" deep and kept at 68 - 77 degrees with light. These can take anywhere from 8 weeks to 4 months to germinate. Zones 8-11


Siamensis Thai Gold

Seeds of this beautiful and very easy to grow tropical Musa siamensis or Thai Gold. This Musa species has only recently been introduced to the horticultural scene and it is still rare. Originating from the south of Thailand it is related to Musa laterita. The plant has also been named Thai Gold in the USA and has wrongly been described as a form of Musa ornata. Musa siamensis has a beautiful upright yellow inflorescence - a rare color among the Musa family. It grows 6' to 9' high in full sun to slight shade. Hardy in zones 9-11 and just loved the sun. The seeds need to be soaked for 24 hrs and then sown 1 deep and kept at 68 - 77 degrees with light. These can take anywhere from 8 weeks to 4 months to germinate.
Siamensis Thai Gold

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Seeds of this and very easy to grow tropical Musa siamensis or Thai Gold. This Musa species has only recently been introduced to the horticultural scene and it is still rare. Originating from the south of Thailand it is related to Musa laterita. The plant has also been named Thai Gold in the USA and has wrongly been described as a form of Musa ornata. Musa siamensis has a upright yellow inflorescence a rare color among the Musa family. It grows 6 to 9 feet high in full sun to slight shade. Hardy in zones 9 to 11 and just loved the sun. The seeds need to be soaked for 24 hrs and then sown 1 deep and kept at 68 to 77 degrees with light. These can take anywhere from 8 weeks to 4 months to germinate.


Musa Sikkimensis Manipur

seeds of this beautiful and very easy to grow banana Musa Sikkimensis Manipur or hardy Mountain Banana. Hardy to zones 7-11 and can be planted outside with lots of mulch and frost protection. Although very similar to Red Flash and Red Tiger, this variety is said to have more red markings on the leaves. These seeds can take anywhere from 8 weeks to 4 months to germinate.
Musa Sikkimensis Manipur

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Seeds of this and very easy to grow banana Musa sikkimensis Manipur or hardy Mountain Banana. Hardy to zones 7-11 and can be planted outside with lots of mulch and frost protection. Although very similar to Red Flash and Red Tiger, this variety is said to have more red markings on the leaves. These seeds can take anywhere from 8 weeks to 4 months to germinate.


sikkimensis Red Flash

Seeds of this Musa sikkimensis Red Flash. A gorgeous ornamental banana with dark red blotches on the top of leaves, the underside of leaves are deep maroon. They are claimed to be hardy in zones 8-11 but I have yet to leave mine out in zone 8 during the winter so I'm not sure about this.
sikkimensis Red Flash

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Seeds from this Musa sikkimensis Red Flash. A gorgeous ornamental banana with dark red blotches on the top of leaves, the underside of leaves are deep maroon. They are claimed to be hardy in zones 8 to 11 but I have yet to leave mine out in zone 8 during the winter so I am not sure about this.


sikkimensis Red Tiger

Seeds of this beautiful and very easy to grow sikkimensis Red Tiger 10 seeds of this beautiful and very easy to grow . This banana has all of the positive attributes of the sikkimensis but has these beautiful red markings and is also hardy to zones 8-11. Can be planted outside with lots of mulch and frost protection. Outside it needs to be fertilized with slow release fertilizer and kept in full sun. This fast grower reaches to 14 feet with an 18 inch trunk diameter. It has beautiful pestfree foliage and a burgandy and green variegation covering the whole leaf. This easy to grow plant is very good in containers also. The seeds need to be soaked for 24 hrs and then sown 1 deep and kept at 68-77 degrees with light. These can take anywhere from 8 weeks to 4 months to germinate. Feel free to visit my flower garden gallery.
sikkimensis Red Tiger

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Seeds from this and very easy to grow sikkimensis Red Tiger Seeds from this and very easy to grow . This banana has all of the positive attributes of the sikkimensis but has these red markings and is also hardy to zones 8-11. Can be planted outside with lots of mulch and frost protection. Outside it needs to be fertilized with slow release fertilizer and kept in full sun. This fast grower reaches to 14 feet with an 18 inch trunk diameter. It has pestfree foliage and a burgandy and green variegation covering the whole leaf. This easy to grow plant is very good in containers also. The seeds need to be soaked for 24 hrs and then sown 1 deep and kept at 68-77 degrees with light. These can take anywhere from 8 weeks to 4 months to germinate. Feel free to visit my flower garden gallery.


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