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The rare snow banana is a Musa relative with large, dramatic, paddle-shaped leaves w/ a distinct bluish cast hardy into zone 7b w/ protection.

6-8' long paddle-like green leaves infused with rich burgundy red at least along the edges but, in full sun, throughout foliage.

Musa basjoo, the hardy japanese fibre banana, adds subtropical flare and drama in spades! Reportedly ground hardy to zone 5 (but don’t tell anyone in Ontario!).

Musa laterita is a hardy dwarf banana notable for its upright growth habit and bold red flowering bracts.

Musa sikkimensis 'Bengal Tiger' is a dramatic hardy banana with great burgundy stripes and a burgundy flush below.

An exquisite specimen plant with green and red mottled leaves that have maroon undersides and solid red pseudostems.

Musa laterita is a unique banana variety with hot pink, fuzzy flowers and pink bananas. Fruit is edible but contains seeds.