Now, itâs a bit easier because you can plant the winter hardy banana (Musa basjoo) and simplify the task. Why are there no more details? Musa basjoo/japán kenderbanán, télálló banán ... Sakhalin, Salmon, Sapporo, Tchechenia, Variegata, Wilsonii. The (to Westerners) curious epithet basjoo is derived from a local name for the banana plant, bashô , and this, in turn, is based on the sound of the Chinese word pa-chiao-shu. MUSA basjoo 'Sakhalin' Japanese Banana. Eine Zuchtform dieser Art ist die Zwergform Nana, auch Sakhalin genannt. Sie werden in Deutschland sogar ausgepflanzt, da sie die Winterruhe im Freien durchaus gut überstehen können. This plant is listed in the RHS Plant Finder book. Architectural, Containers, Greenhouse, Sub-Tropical. This form was collected from Sakhalin island off the Pacific coast of Russia by a Russian botanist and introduced to Europe via Belgium. Musa basjoo 'Sakhalin' is a name applied to clonal material by Jean-Luc Penninckx imported with a group of other plants from Russia. Környezeti feltétel: Mind a fiatal magoncok, mind az idÅsebb növények számára az enyhén savanyú (5,5â6,5 pH) kémhatású, laza szerkezetÅ±, jó vízelvezetÅ képességÅ± talaj a legmegfelelÅbb. An amount of "urban legend" has built up around this plant but my understanding is that Jean-Luc is responsible for its introduction into Europe and for its initial commercialisation. The hardy banana is the most cold-hardy banana, capable of surviving winter temperatures of minus 5 degrees without protection or minus 20 degrees with heavy wintertime mulch. Add to selection. I have donated a number of Basjoo 'Sakhalin' plants to various gardens on Waterside. Listed in the RHS Plant Finder. Musa basjoo 'Sakhalin' Join the RHS today and get 12 months for the price of 9. M. basjoo 'Sakhalin' is a smaller, sturdier and more broadleaved cultivar purportedly from the Russian island of Sakhalin north of Japan. There is a micro climate in the Nidd Gorge in summer, it is very sheltered from the wind and south facing below the castle so the extra warmth allows for lush growth. The third year of growth of a pseudo-trunk, flowers then fruits appear, which can ripen in USDA zone 9 or higher. Musa basjoo 'Sakhaline' - Japanese banana. Suggested uses. MUSA BASJOO SAKHALIN - More resistant to cold temperatures and more compact habit than M. basjoo. Another striking feature of exotic-like gardens in our climate (zone 6) are leaves of banana trees. Musa Basjoo stammt aus ursprünglich aus Ostasien. Sie wird bis zu 3,5 Meter hoch. Musa basjoo , variously known as the Japanese hardy banana or Japanese plantain, is widely cultivated in its native region for its fibre (Fawcett, 192 1). Musa basjoo 'Sakhalin' (Banana 'Sakhalin') will reach a height of 5m and a spread of 4m after 10-20 years. Uses. Creamy-yellow flowers in Summer. This variety of Musa basjoo is a compact Chinese selection with shorter and wider leaves than the type, perhaps more hardy. Musa basjoo 'Sakhalin' ... is reputedly an exceptionally cold hardy form of Musa basjoo. Cultivation. Basjoo und ihre Zuchtformen sind die winterhärtesten Bananenpflanzen. This selection âSakhalineâ is fully hardy and was named by the largest Russian island in the North Pacific, where its origin is. There are a few selected varieties of Musa basjoo which are allegedly hardier than the species in general, such as M. basjoo 'Sapporo' from the city of Sapporo on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido. Delete from selection. At present our information about this plant is limited to a list of the nurseries that supply it. Join now. Plant outdoors in a frost-free area in rich, moist but well-drained soil, in sun or part shade.