You will need
  • - seed or nucleus trees;
  • - fertile soil;
  • - a large flower pot;
  • - fertilizer complex.
Do not attempt to plant seedstaken from ripe banana you bought at the market or in the shop. For this purpose you will need any special seeds from dwarf species (M. velutina), or strains.
Prepare the container and soil for planting. The soil should be fertile and easy. Flower pot in the first months of growth of a palm tree is ideal for small, then the plant can be transplanted.
Soak the seeds in a thermos with warm water. Recommended temperature of 37-40 degrees. Through the day start planting. Gently lay them on top of the earth, and the top sprinkle a small layer of soil. Lightly pour and cover with cellophane to speed up germination.
Expect the appearance of the shoots a few weeks later. So as not to destroy the young plant, move the flower pot in a protected from direct sunlight place.
Pour the banana palm tree is often, but try to keep the moisture from falling on the trunk of the tree, otherwise it can rot. Daily orosite the leaves with a spray bottle. In summer the optimum temperature for palm is 22-24 degrees. Periodically, the plant can be walked, when it's no wind.
Winter banana palm need much less moisture. The room temperature should be at around 6-16 degrees. If you have warmed loggia, move a palm tree on it. Watering every 1-2 weeks.
Fertilize the palm tree complex fertilizers in the early spring - before the winter to do this is undesirable. Good effect is observed when watering mullein (1:10).
Replant the banana palm into another container or just change the soil fertile in the autumn. It is recommended to do it every year, as the palm tree draws from the soil all the nutrients and stops growing. With the right care, it is possible that after some time will appear and the fruit.