Musa Dwarf Cavendish

Banana plant

Musa Dwarf Cavendish
Dwarf Cavendish£21.82

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Pot styles perfect for this plant:

Tom Table Wood Natural
Orange Terracotta Pot
Pia Pot Holder
Lexi Pot  Green
    about this plant
    The Musa Dwarf Cavendish is a typical plant that will give you paradise vibes. As her name suggests otherwise, she can grow up to 2 meters! You can recognise her by her enormous leaves with purple patterns. When you treat her with lots of love (and water), after a few years, there might be a chance she’ll return you love in the form of bananas!
    • diameter20cm
    • height±90cm
    • lovessunny spots
    • benefitsair cleaner
    • pet friendlynon-toxic
    Like most of the tropical plants, the Musa ‘Dwarf Cavendish’ obviously loves lots of daylight. She even appreciates some direct sun. A real sun worshipper! This healthy girl drinks a lot of water so make sure that her soil is always well moist. No wet feet, because that will only do her harm. While you take good care of her, she makes sure she takes care of you. Her air purifying superpowers remove chemicals from the air in your home! As a thank you , you can treat her with a tropical rain shower with a plant sprayer once or twice a week. That will definitely remind her of her humid home.
    Chiara - 07 June 2022
    Bella pianta, purtroppo le foglie si sono rovinate durante il viaggio.
    maripoubel - 26 April 2021
    Beautiful plant with gorgeous leaves. Unfortunately it arrived with many broken and ripped leaves. Quite disappointed.
    Ablanxer - 24 March 2021
    It arrived in "not so good conditions". At least three leaves were broken, and all had different white marks all over... could be from pests to anything else... I was sad to see the condition in which it arrived.
    Simone Costa - 16 March 2021
    Received in perfect conditions, the leaves are simply gorgeous, with a magnific texture!
    Misia - 01 February 2021
    Large plant with many leaves, but the foliage was not in the greatest condition. Some leaves were ripped and had defects that could be literally anything from pests or just bad conditions like lack of humidity and light when growing. Disappointed actually.

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