Hanging Basket Strings of Banana Plant

Regular price Rs. 599.00
Sale price Rs. 599.00 Regular price Rs. 1,000.00
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Hanging Basket Strings of Banana Plant

Hanging Basket Strings of Banana Plant

Regular price Rs. 599.00
Sale price Rs. 599.00 Regular price Rs. 1,000.00
Product description

he Hanging Basket Strings of Banana is a charming and unique plant that's known for its long, cascading vines and banana-shaped leaves. It's a popular choice for indoor gardeners and those looking to add a touch of nature to their homes, as it's easy to care for and adds a pop of green to any space.

The Strings of Banana plant, also known as Senecio radicans, is a member of the Asteraceae family and is native to South Africa. It's named for its long, thin leaves that resemble bunches of bananas and can grow up to several feet in length. The plant has a trailing habit, making it ideal for hanging baskets or cascading down shelves.

Processing Time: We take 2 day to make plant ready for journey. Before packing we give them fertilizer and fungicide for best results.

Packing: We send potted plant in strong customized cardboard boxes to ensure zero transit loss.

Hanging Basket Strings Of Banana Plant Care

Hanging baskets with banana plants can make a beautiful addition to any home or garden. Here are some care tips for hanging basket strings of banana plant:

  1. Watering: Banana plants require consistent moisture, but they don't like to be in standing water. Water your hanging basket regularly, ensuring that the soil is moist but not soggy. You can test the soil moisture by sticking your finger in the soil - if it feels dry, it's time to water.

  2. Fertilizing: Fertilize your banana plant every 2-4 weeks during the growing season (spring through fall) with a balanced, all-purpose fertilizer. Follow the instructions on the fertilizer packaging to determine how much to use.

  3. Sunlight: Banana plants prefer bright, indirect light. They can tolerate some direct sunlight, but too much direct sunlight can burn the leaves.

  4. Humidity: Banana plants thrive in high humidity, so consider misting the leaves regularly or placing a humidifier near the plant.

  5. Pruning: If your banana plant begins to grow too large for the hanging basket, you can prune it back. Use clean, sharp scissors or pruning shears to remove the oldest, outermost leaves.

  6. Pests and diseases: Watch out for common banana plant pests, such as spider mites and aphids. If you notice any signs of pest infestation, treat the plant with an insecticidal soap or neem oil. Also, keep an eye out for any signs of disease, such as brown spots or wilted leaves, and take appropriate action if needed.


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