Banana Giant – The Incredible Indoor Banana Plant Review

Now don’t pay $5 for a bunch of bananas because you can now grow them for pennies. Don’t settle for mushy, over-ripen, rotten store-bought bananas because now you can enjoy your own healthy bananas right in your very own home with the Incredible Indoor Banana Tree.

 

How does Banana Giant Indoor Plant work?
This single Incredible Indoor Banana Tree will grow dozens of plum golden bananas. These bananas are half-a-foot long and weigh 1/2 a pound each. The tropical green leaves will look great in your home. You and your family will enjoy these potassium packed bananas. This unbelievable fruit tree will grow plump, golden bananas by the bunch. Harvest dozens of bananas from a single tree. These bananas are perfect for cereal, pancakes, muffin, bread and dessert.

Bananas are even better than apples – The have 5 times the Vitamin A, 5 times the iron, 3 times the phosphorus, and lots of potassium.

 

 

What do I get?

  • 2 Incredible Indoor Banana Plants

 

 

Reviews and Complaints
Please see the “Reviews” section below.

 

8 Comments on "Banana Giant – The Incredible Indoor Banana Plant Review"

  1. Banana Giant Question | October 10, 2011 at 4:50 am | Reply

    why cant I find reviews on banana giant trees

    • The company who sells the banana trees floods the internet with fake review sites. In actuality, the sites are just advertisements that redirect you to the purchase site.

      My review is below, and I’ll add a follow-up soon.

  2. Here’s my review:
    I ordered the Banana Giant Plants, and was hoping that the claim on the website was true, which stated that you should have a small crop this year, a larger crop next year, etc.

    Well, I opened the package, and was delighted to see some nice, healthy plants, that were anywhere from 10-12 inches tall. Hmm … maybe they’ll be mini nanners.

    Underneath the plants, there was a piece of paper.I read said paper and this is how it reads:

    “BANANA”
    As soon as you receive your banana plant, transfer it to a large pot (at least six inches in diameter) filled with peat based potting soil. Water it immediately, and again whenever the surface of the soil starts to feel dry. Feed the plants with a liquid houseplant food every two weeks, according to the instructions on the plant food. During winter months, the plant should be kept at room temperature in a bright or slightly shaded location. When all danger of frost has passed, it can be placed outdoors in full sun. Whenever the plant outgrows its pot, transfer to a larger one.

    Once your banana plant reaches maturity – anywhere from 3 to 7 years – depending on conditions – it will begin to bear fruit. In order to do so, however, the plant must be in a container with at least a five gallon capacity. Long, deep-purple flowers will appear on a9n) arching stem, and as the flower elongates, bananas will sprout at the base of the stem, turning from green to yellow as they ripen. After flowering, the main plant will die, but small side shoots at the base of the plant will remain healthy and continue to grow.”

    OK, hold the phone … site says crop in the first year, paper says 3 – 7 years …. I …. am …… huh?
    Other than that, I’ll plant them, and cross my fingers ……

    And will write another review in 3 – 7 years.

  3. This is one of those “too good to be true” products. As has been stated, they don’t tell you how long it takes for the bananas to grow, which can be up to 3 years if you’re able to keep the plant alive. The fake reviews all over the internet should be enough to defer you from purchasing this, or at least realize what you’re getting into. My personal favorite is the lady that has several “bananagiantreview” websites that says that she doesn’t need coffee anymore because she eats a banana. Brilliant. If that doesn’t send up a red flag for you, you’re doing this wrong!

  4. Desertj Jungle | May 10, 2011 at 2:16 am | Reply

    If you are looking for a nice, easy indoor plant to grow, go for it but if you are thinking you are going to find yourself inundated with a huge bumper crop of Bananas…don’t waste your time. It typically takes 18 months for a banana tree to produce A (as in singular) stalk of bananas in IDEAL conditions. I have a banana tree that is two years old, indoors, in a pot and thriving happily in a southwest exposure window. Still no hint of it producing a stalk. The other thing most people aren’t aware of is that once a banana tree’s stalk is ready to be cut, the tree will die.

    With a 30 day guarantee, you are little short on time before realizing you aren’t going to get the kind of crop you thought you would.

  5. All I know is that I’ve been trying to find a review of this product on the web, but the company that sells it has flooded the Internet with bogus ‘reviews’. Makes me highly suspicious.

    • I was also looking for reviews and ran into the same issue. My husband and I seen this on TV last night and thought it was a good idea but we don’t want to waste the money on a hoax.

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