Large leafy, colorful, and exotic bananas are the most popular “fruit” exotics. Many people try to grow them, but few survive to a respectable age. Although they are very reasonably priced and easy to propagate, indoor bananas are not easy plants. You need to make them feel like they’re in a tropical paradise. And a slight deviation from their favorite humidity and temperature can cause the beauty of the leaves to be about to disappear. You will learn How to Grow and Care for Indoor Banana Plants in the ThumbGarden article.
SUCH A VARIETY OF INDOOR BANANA PLANTS
Indoor bananas are still sturdy plants, although they are most often grown for ornamental purposes only. Very mature banana bushes need to meet too many conditions to produce miniature fruit even in the room.
Fruitfulness is instead a reward for impeccable care. The main aesthetic pleasure of bananas comes from the huge, reddish leaves that intricately roll out of the tubes and form a cylindrical trunk with their petioles.
The slightest discomfort and discrepancy with the desired conditions can cause the leaves to dry out. On huge banana leaves, this process can look disastrous.
When growing bananas in a room, it is best to choose bananas according to their “softness”. Many ornamental and dwarf-fruited bananas do not