Archive | August 2012


Get ready. Your baby banana plant won’t be a baby for long. Each stalk of leaves will produce only one bloom, which will stay alive and colorful for weeks. The good news, though, is that long before that bloom ages, your banana will send up at least one new baby banana plant – called a sucker – to grow for you next season. Once the bloom passes, the greenery will stay lovely for a long time, though you may want to cut it back so the plant spends its energy on the babies. Continue reading