- Unique Banana Shape
- Easy Care
- Grows Lily Pads
Banana plants have been a staple of the aquarium hobby for many years. They're loved for both their ease of care and visual impact. The banana plant gets its name because it's tubers (where nutrients are stored) are shaped like a bunch of bananas.
Once established, banana plants will send up wavy, green leaves under the surface while also sending tall shoots to the surface where it will produce lily pads. When this happens, check to make sure your other plants aren't being shaded out by the lily pads and trim if necessary.
My banana plants were in great condition, Super addition to my tank. Love them.
The shipping was super quick. This is a really fun and cute little plant. It's been shooting out big beautiful leaves!
Bought 1 for my first aquarium, arrived very quickly and in great shape after coast to coast shipping. Mine rooted in the substrate, grew some huge leaves above the "bananas", and sent a couple of leaves up to top of my tank. Everything I've ordered from Aquarium Co-op has been absolutely top notch, from all of the plants that are in my tanks to the fertilizers, Xtreme foods, heaters, or the tools like the tweezers and scissors.
Bought two from the store in Edmonds Wa. Growing great in my tank. Always great products from aquarium co-op!