CALIFORNIA GOLD BANANA PLANT - EXTREMELY LIMITED AND WILL BE SOLD OUT SOON - 2 SIZES - ON SALE NOW - INSTANTLY SAVE $14.00 NOW!!!!
****THESE WILL BE SOLD OUT SOON - STOCK IS VERY LOW AND WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AGAIN UNTIL JUNE, 2013****
The banana plant for sale is a CALIFORNIA GOLD BANANA PLANT. For a very limited time there are 2 sizes. The California Gold banana plants are getting to big to reasonably ship without pruning or cutting the leaves off. With the exception of the AE AE BANANA PLANT, the California Gold banana plant is by far our best selling and most sought after of all the banana plants we sell. These are the real deal California Gold banana plants. If you are sincerely interested in purchasing a wonderful variety, this is the one. You surely will not be disappointed.
These banana plants are only grown through selected parts of the year. These plants are very rare and a hard to find variety that sell extremely fast and are always in high demand due to the excellent characteristics of this plant. When they are not available it is best to pre-order to ensure you will receive a banana plant. Very few banana plants can equal the qualities of this plant. It is an extemely agressive growing plant that can produce fruit in as little as 11 to 12 months both for us and with many of our customers reporting the same thing. It consistently produces 30 to 45lbs. of bananas each growth year. The leaves are long, fairly wide, dark green, and beautiful. The banana fruit is 3/4 sized and chubby. They are truly delicious when fully ripe. The riper the better with these bananas.
It has all the qualities that make it a favorite among banana plant enthusiasts and gaining many more growers fast. Its true origins are not known exactly for sure and are always open for debate. There are varying stories of whom identified this variety along with particular musa the banana plant belongs to. This can be a touchy subject for some growers out there who both strongly defend and strongly disagree about the true genetics. This same issue is also a hot topic with the Texas Star banana plant. Some say the California Gold banana plant is a sport or a very favorable mutation of a Dwarf Orinoco. I cannot say for sure what it is neither. We have been in the process of testing and trying to figure out any additional information in our labs. What I can tell you is that when grown side by side with a California Gold and Dwarf Orinoco, the California Gold does much better with growth, cold hardiness, wind resistance and fruiting. But, you can do much of this research yourself in regards to this issue.
It does excellent both ground planted and containerized with fantastic success. I have 10 of my own personal California Gold banana plants that we grow for ourselves and always look forward to harvest time. We end up giving away and donating 80% of the bananas we harvest from our own plants to area shelters to support the needy. We have given away several of our pups over the last 5 years to some of our select customers to see how they grow with them. 80 to 90% of our customers reported the same growing patterns as our personal banana plants. We have 5 potted and 5 ground planted. They do excellent in both, but, ground planted they grow much faster. The mature height is between 5 to 7 ft., making it a shorter variety in banana plant terms. It is at a perfect size to be winter overed or indoor grown because it is shorter and fairly compact. If grown indoors, it will definetely give any environment a cool tropical look. It is very wind and disease resistant. The one outstanding and most attractive features is the cold hardiness of this variety. It has been said to survive temperatures in the 10 to 20 degrees farenheit range.
With many of our varieties we try to test for cold hardiness and will purposely subject them to freezing temps. and see how they react. I have left a few California Golds outside in mid december for 3 days when the temperature was between 25 to 35 degrees farenheit and it did excellent compared with a Dwarf Orinoco, all Cavendish varieties and some others, which all eventually died. Some of the leaves did wilt slightly, I just trimmed them up and you could never even tell I punished them like that. To say the least, we all were impressed. It gives people in the more northern portions of the world the opportunity to successfully grow a banana plant in the colder regions. It should grow well in USDA zones 7 to 11. All of our banana plants are very beautiful, healthy and disease free to ensure your growing success..
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