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Banana

Imagine lush tropical plants growing in your yard or garden! Imagine large fronds, a foot wide or more, like in photos of South Seas Islands! Imagine this in Portland, Seattle, Cleveland! This is not fantasy! Plant these incredible Hardy Bananas and prepare yourself for a sight you thought could be seen only in the tropics. Hardy Bananas are giant perennials and die back after hard frost. In the maritime Northwest and other mild winter regions, your banana plant will survive normal winters without a problem. During very severe cold or in colder regions of the U.S., be sure to cover the crown of your plant with a thick mulch of straw or other insulating material.

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Golden Lotus Flower

Golden Lotus Flower

This beautiful shrub form of Hardy Banana grows high in the mountains of China. Golden Lotus Flower grows 5-6 ft. tall with 4 ft. long leaves. Most striking is the long-lasting, 8-10” diameter, bright yellow flower in the center of the plant.
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