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Banana Plants

The Banana tree is very easy to grow for the gardener who likes to grow his own, tree-ripened fruit rather than grocery store bananas that were harvested green. Ty Ty Nursery grows banana trees in large fields just like row-crop farmers normally cultivate fields of cotton, peanuts and corn. The extra long shelf life of the commercial bananas that are harvested in Central America during the half-ripe, green stages

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Dwarf Banana Tree
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  • Planting Banana Trees
    You can plant a banana tree in the Northern States that will produce tasty bananas and add a tropical landscape to your pool or garden. The idea of a Northern planting of cold hardy banana plants is exciting to a gardener from a State that is North of Florida, Louisiana or Texas. Banana trees have been proven to survive the cold frigid winters of below zero temperatures. A very large banana plant can grow up to 17 feet in a single season with most of the banana growth occurring between June and Septembe.
  • Magical Peeling Banana
    Ty Ty Nursery prefers to ship banana trees during the growing season during the summer, fall and spring. Sometimes a gardener can produce delicious bananas during the very first year that the banana tree is planted.
  • Wonderful Banana Trees
    The Texas Star Banana trees and the Golden Rhinohorn banana tree are considered the most cold hardy banana to grow in more Northern states. The Texas Star banana tree has survived minus sixteen degrees cold in Wichita Falls, T.X in 1988.