Young Banana Musa Basjoo plant for sale on Garden Goods Direct Banana Plant with ornamental green foliage is an excellent tropical plant for all 50 states Banana Musa basjoo plant with enormous paddle-shaped foliage Japanese Banana tree with large ornamental green foliage used as a garden centerpiece
Young Banana Musa Basjoo plant for sale on Garden Goods Direct Banana Plant with ornamental green foliage is an excellent tropical plant for all 50 states Banana Musa basjoo plant with enormous paddle-shaped foliage Japanese Banana tree with large ornamental green foliage used as a garden centerpiece

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Banana 'Musa basjoo' Plants

Musa basjoo

Commonly known as Banana Plant, this tree grows rapidly to heights up to 14 feet. Known for their enormous paddle-shaped ornamental foliage, Banana ‘Musa bajoo’ is a tropical plant that draws attention to any garden space. This plant grows well in all 50 states, and brings an island feel to outdoor spaces.

Growzone: 4-10

As Low As: $58.95

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10 Inch Pot $58.95

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4 Quart Bag
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8 oz. Tub
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1 LB Shaker
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Banana ‘Musa basjoo’ is a hardy herbaceous perennial plant known for its large paddle-shaped foliage. Native to Japan, this plant grows vigorously and can reach heights up to 14 feet. Although Japanese Banana is a tropical plant, it's able to withstand below freezing temperatures with the proper mulching.

Due to its tropical nature, Banana ‘Musa basjoo’ grows best in full to partial sun, and well-drained, moist soil. Its ornamental foliage makes it an excellent choice for garden centerpieces. This plant grows rather quickly so be sure to plant it in an area with a good amount of space.


  • Easy to grow
  • Grows well in all 50 states
  • Tolerates various temperatures
  • Produces inedible bananas

Growing Zone: 4-10
Mature Height: 8 to 14 Feet
Mature Width: 6 to 14 Feet
Classification: Herbaceous perennial
Sunlight: Full sun
Habit: Upright
Foliage: Bright green
Soil Condition: Moist, well-drained soil
This Plants Growzone: 4-10 Banana 'Musa basjoo' Plants Hardiness Zone

How to Care for Banana 'Musa basjoo' Plants

Before you buy a Banana 'Musa basjoo' plant, make sure to read about the care instructions that are required and recommended to keep this plant healthy and thriving.
What type of light is best for Japanese Fiber Banana?

What type of light is best for Japanese Fiber Banana?

The best light to grow your Banana Musa bajoo plant in is full to partial sun. Whether potted inside or outside, Banana plants grow best with at least six hours of direct sunlight each day. The more sunlight you provide your plant, the more water it may need to retain their moist soil environment.

When should I fertilize Banana Musa Basjoo?

When should I fertilize Banana Musa Basjoo?

We recommend fertilizing your Banana ‘Musa basjoo’ plant to achieve large leaves and strong trunks during the growing season. A water soluble or organic fertilizer such as 8-10-8 will do, and should be applied once every week during the growing season. Banana plants are considered heavy feeders, so you may find yourself fertilizing up to two times per week.

How do I water Banana Musa Basjoo?

How do I water Banana Musa Basjoo?

Due to their tropical nature, Basjoo Banana plants prefer moist, well-drained soil. We recommend watering your plant deeply once the soil begins to dry out. While this plant likes moisture, avoid overwatering which can cause root rot. We estimate that watering up to three times a week will do.

What type of soil is best for Hardy Banana?

What type of soil is best for Hardy Banana?

The Hardy Banana plant prefers to be planted in nutrient-rich, well-drained soil; however, they will grow in most soils. It’s important to note that Basjoo Banana does not tolerate soils high in salt, so avoid those at all cost. Some experienced gardeners suggest adding coffee grounds and banana peels composts because of their added nutrients of nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus.


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