Musa Florida (White) Variegated Banana Plantlet (1)
Musa Florida (White) Variegated Banana Plantlet (1)
Musa Florida (White) Variegated Banana Plantlet (1)
Musa Florida (White) Variegated Banana Plantlet (1)
Musa Florida (White) Variegated Banana Plantlet (1)
Musa Florida (White) Variegated Banana Plantlet (1)

Musa Florida (White) Variegated Banana Plantlet (1)

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This culture pack of 1 Musa Florida Variegated Banana Plantlet/Tissue Culture are sold in agar gel & ready to acclimate in their new jungle. 

Produced and grown at a family-owned nursery. The Musa Florida Variegated Banana is a desirable banana plant because its  unique variegated pattern . This beauty can win plant lovers’ hearts. It has huge green leaves with white variegation

Our acclimation guide can be found a the link provided below:

Step 1- Do not do anything to the culture for 1-2 days to allow them to adjust to their new temperatures

Step 2- Open the package & wash out the jelly as thoroughly as possible. A small paint brush can be gently used to assist with the cleaning process

Step 3- Soak them in a rooting hormone if available. This step is not necessary for success

Step 4- Plant your cultures in the medium of your choice. We recommend a chunky blend of coco husk & perlite (available for purchase in our Add On collection)

Step 5- Place them into a closed package (container or plastic bag) while allowing light to pass through. Place under a grow light

Step 6- Leave plants covered for the first 7 days.  The following 7 to 10 days slowly expose plants to ambient air. Each day exposing the plants to slightly more air until fully acclimated. 

The first set of roots on a Musa are very delicate. It is perfectly normal to have a few roots break off during shipping. This will not effect their ability to grow.

It is up to the customer to be able to provide proper acclimation to the plantlets.  We are happy to help answer any questions you may have in regards to the process of acclimating plants. Orange Lake Nursery will not be held liable for plantlets that do not survive acclimation. By purchasing this product, you agree to these terms

*These instructions are a VERY BRIEF overview of the acclimation process. Please complete your own research prior to purchasing. The acclimation process will vary from location to location, depending on environment and medium used. OLN will not be held liable for mishaps during the acclimation process. By purchasing this product, you agree to these terms*

All plants are shipped Priority via USPS. At check out, there will be an option to upgrade your. Once a tracking number has been added to your order, please allow 2 to 5 business days for processing. Tracking will update the day your package has been packed up to join your jungle.

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Sunlight Requirement

Although in each region the sun strength can vary quite a bit, you can use this as a guideline for the light levels in your plants new home

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Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews

Great looking product and great packaging!

Joseph Tate
Died super fast

I did everything according to the instructions and they still died. The roots came in black already and didn’t survive longer than two days outside of the packaging

Hi Joseph! I am so sorry to hear that you struggled with the Musa. They really can be some of the harder cultures to learn to acclimate with. If you would have reached out, we would have been glad to assist you! We acclimate hundreds of the Musa so we have got all of the tricks. I hope you don't give up! Once you learn the steps to acclimation, it can be so rewarding. If you ever have issues, feel free to reach out to us. We can't help if we don't know you are having issues :-)

Frankie Aladi
Arrived with leaf rust

Plant is not doing well at all. All leaves but one has rusted

Hello Frankie! It looks like you purchased a tissue culture plantlet. They are in 100% sterile enviorments in a growing media. It is absolutely impossible that a sterile plant had rust.


Came perfect and good condition


It looks great! Fantastic color