XL Banana Bundle: 'Orinoco' + 'Dwarf Cavendish'

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Banana 'Dwarf Cavendish' (Musa acuminata) — Pot Size
Banana 'Dwarf Orinoco' (Musa acuminata) — Pot Size
Introducing our Banana Bundle, a tropical delight featuring two dwarf varieties, the Dwarf Orinoco and Dwarf Cavendish. This bundle is ideal for those who love bananas and are looking to add a touch of the tropics to their garden, regardless of space constraints.

The Dwarf Orinoco variety is a robust and versatile banana plant, known for its sweet, creamy fruits that are excellent both fresh and cooked. Its stout stature, reaching only a modest height, makes it perfect for small gardens or as a container plant. The Dwarf Orinoco is also known for its resilience to cooler temperatures, making it a great choice for a variety of climates.

Paired with the Dwarf Orinoco is the Dwarf Cavendish, a popular choice for banana lovers. This variety is famed for producing the classic, sweet bananas commonly found in grocery stores. The Dwarf Cavendish, with its compact growth habit, is ideal for indoor or patio growing, bringing a tropical feel to any setting. Its lush green leaves add an ornamental quality to the plant, making it both aesthetically pleasing and productive.

Both varieties in our Banana Bundle are well-suited for container growing and can be a great addition to any garden, patio, or indoor space. They offer a unique opportunity to grow your own bananas, enjoy their fresh, sweet fruits, and experience the joy of tropical gardening in any environment.

Meet Our Plantable Pots

Our Medium and Large coconut coir plantable pots crafted from natural coconut husk fibers are not only environmentally friendly but also enhance the plant's growth by providing excellent aeration, drainage, and protecction. Unlike plastic pots, our plantable pots are free from harmful chemicals and enrich the soil with organic matter. They can be planted directly into the ground or into larger containers, making the transplant process stress-free for both the plant and the gardener.