Indoor Banana Tree, Musa Acuminata 'Dwarf Cavendish'

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The Dwarf Cavendish is the perfect banana plant variety for growing as a houseplant in the UK. Too tender to spend the year outdoors, this banana named after William Cavendish, 6th Duke of Devonshire, was first brought to his greenhouses in the 1800s.

Reaching a maximum height of 3m, the dwarf Musa likes bright light and misting.

Its big leaves are prone to tearing but are replaced very quickly. Sadly, you won't see any bananas on this plant in your home. 

Size Information:

Height (Including pot):  65cm 150-160cm 220cm 250cm
Width (Head): 75cm 110cm 150cm 160cm
Nursery Potsize (Diameter / Height):  ø21cm / H19cm ø34cm / H30cm ø45cm / H36cm ø50cm / H38cm
    Decorative Pot Required (Opening / Internal Height): 22cm+ / H20cm+ 36cm+ / H32cm+ 48cm+ / H38cm+ 54cm+ / H40cm+

      Decorative pot not included, available to buy here. The plant will be delivered in a plastic nursery pot. 


      For no fuss or mess you can put the plant in the growing pot it arrives in straight inside a decorative one. This also allows allows excess water to be drained after watering. 
      For a good fit the opening (not diameter) and height of the new decorative pot need to be several centimetres greater than the current growing pot.
      Here are recommended sizes - 

      Size Diameter / Height Minimum Decorative Pot Opening Required
      2 Litre

      ⌀17cm H13cm


      4 Litre

      ⌀20cm H16.5cm


      7 Litre

      ⌀25cm H20cm


      10 Litre

      ⌀28cm H22.5cm 


      15 Litre

      ⌀33cm H30cm


      20 Litre

      ⌀35.5cm H32.5cm



      For a seamless finish where the plant is potted into the decorative pot, liners are available to prevent water leaking and the pot from damage.

      We also offer a potting service

      Our library of plant care guides with useful information can be viewed here.

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