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GardenZeus recommends bare soil only with no plantings and no mulch for a distance of 2 to 4 times the diameter of a citrus tree’s trunk, and at least several inches to a foot or more from major root buttresses and surface roots. Hardy banana trees grow rapidly, as much as 12 feet with 6-inch leaves in one season. Once the first frost hits, the hardy banana will die back to the ground. To over winter your hardy banana, prior to first frost, cut back stems and leaves, leaving inches above ground.
Light Needs: Partial sun; Watering Needs: Occasional watering, days. Banana plants require heavy mulching, which helps retain water and moisture, inhibit the growth of weeds, and acidify the soil. When mulch breaks down, it releases nitrogen into the soil. You can use any vegetative waste, such as leaves, wood or bark chips, and even old banana leaves and the pruned off stalks of banana plant, as compost.
The ideal temperature for growing this houseplant is 80 degree Fahrenheit during the day and about 67 degree Fahrenheit in the night.
Jun 27, Applying Citrus Tree Mulch. Spread mulch evenly at a depth no deeper than three inches. It is a good idea to mulch out to the drip edge of the citrus tree, where the furthest branches fall. Do not stack mulch up against the citrus tree base and trunk. This can cause root rot, encourage pests, and instigate certain citrus tree diseases. Jun 03, If a severe freeze is imminent, I will construct a simple wire mesh cylinder around the planting and pile mulch (oak leaves) up as high as I can around the pseudostem to protect the trunks from frost.
After the cold event, remove the cage and spread the leaves around the banana trunks. This keeps the mulch nearby in case of another cold event.