Seeds will stay fresh and viable for a long time if stored properly. So if it isn’t the right season to plant, simply store them in your refrigerator until the time is right.
Imagine growing your own bananas! These can be grown in containers indoors if you live in a cold climate.
Lush leaves and sweet fruit! This distinctive tree features large, smooth tropical foliage and produces bunches of flavorful, slightly thick-peeled bananas that are 3-6 inches long. Heat-tolerant. Harvest approx. 4-6 months after fruit develops. Self-pollinating.
If you live in a cooler climate, plant these warm-weather plants in containers so that you can move them indoors before freezing temperatures arrive.
This fruiting banana has a red skin! Just watching the bananas ripen is a delight as the skin changes from yellow-green to orange to dark red. The flesh is sweet, full flavored and white to light pink. In the landscape, Dwarf Red is a beautiful plant with its red trunk and green/multicolored leaves. Growing to only 5-7 feet, Dwarf Red is a good choice for small yards and as a container plant. Zones 8-11.