Royal Purple Banana Tree (aka Musa Ornata) – Cold Hardy Top Seller Large brilliantly embroidered flowers attract bumble bees butterflies and hummingbirds. When the buds lower and make method for fruit spectacular bright pinkish-purple bananas emerge. Royal Purple matches approx. 5-9 feet when grown with bright green leaves wearing a purple bottom midrib. This banana can achieve its full possibility in zones 8-11 and is too cold and hardy.

The expansion rate of Royal Purple will vary significantly relying on soil type, sunlight, temperature and other elements. A few leaves are usually shortened before shipping to decrease transpiration and journey focus.


Bananas are straightforward produce plants with dense foliage and an unmistakably low formation. Highly versatile in the landscape and the kitchen, decorative bananas come in a big variety of flower blooms and sizes allowing you to choose the plant that is right for your site. In addition to making the ultimate tropical garden appearance, bananas can donate to your culinary experiences. The whole plant can be utilized for a variety of formulae. The apparent is the delicious mature fruit, the flower is often enjoyed cooked or battered and serious fried and leaves are perfect for wrapping and roasting flesh, rice and vegetables rather than utilising foil or parchment on the grill.

At any time you can bring a fresh beginning. Bananas are clump-forming plants often making 3-5 off-sets per year. If your frame has mourned wind injury or you simply want to wash it up, this can easily be done with a large sharp kitchen knife and without the demand for green tools. If your stand is bringing too large or you simply like to get a new start, simply cut all stems off at ground level, the manufacturer will then restore them with new offsets.


Banana plants are straightforward to grow, tropical flowering plants that have numerous hands of tasty fruit. Bananas will cheerfully grow, flower and fruit in a pot or in-ground. They add the top tropical articulation to any outdoor area, park or patio. In more relaxed zones a containerized banana plant can be relocated indoors for the cooler months.

When you obtain your new banana plant, there is no requirement to fret regarding planting right away. Your new plant can be stored for a while by just putting it in a bucket with about a half-inch of moisture in the base and pushing it to a shady spot, simply keep moist. This will offer you a bunch of time to choose the perfect location for your new banana plant.


All banana combinations produce very well in containers, indoors or on the patio. Smaller types grow best indoors in 12″ to 18″ diameter jars while more extensive combinations require enough room for growth, typically an 18″ to 36″ diameter, 14″ bottomless receptacle will suffice. Recall the looser the sources, the taller and more beneficial your banana will be. When the plant evolves root bound its development will slow, at that point it is time for a bigger pot.