Musa cheesmanii 6 seeds

2,95

Musa cheesmanii 6 seeds

2,95

The Cheesman banana is named after Ernest Cheesman, an English professor of botany who did much research on the banana. For example, he discovered that bananas from Africa belong to their own genus Ensete and that Asian bananas belong to the genus Musa. The Cheesman banana grows in the same area as the Musa sikkimensis, making it resistant to low temperatures as well. In a sheltered location, the species is hardy in the Netherlands with winter protection. It is an up to 6-foot tall banana that grows quickly and produces white-green, 10-cm bananas.

Seed description:
Rub seeds with sandpaper and soak in lukewarm water for 48 hours. Then sow in seedling soil. Keep the soil constantly moist, cover with cling film or glass and allow to germinate in a warm place in the house (e.g. in the sun or near a stove). Germination can take several weeks to months and can follow as long as the seeds are hard.

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The Cheesman banana is named after Ernest Cheesman, an English professor of botany who did much research on the banana. For example, he discovered that bananas from Africa belong to their own genus Ensete and that Asian bananas belong to the genus Musa. The Cheesman banana grows in the same area as the Musa sikkimensis, making it resistant to low temperatures as well. In a sheltered location, the species is hardy in the Netherlands with winter protection. It is an up to 6-foot tall banana that grows quickly and produces white-green, 10-cm bananas.

Seed description:
Rub seeds with sandpaper and soak in lukewarm water for 48 hours. Then sow in seedling soil. Keep the soil constantly moist, cover with cling film or glass and allow to germinate in a warm place in the house (e.g. in the sun or near a stove). Germination can take several weeks to months and can follow as long as the seeds are hard.

Additional information

Weight 0,0200 kg
USDA zone

Zone 11: >+4.4 degrees

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