Re: Ensete glaucum
You should be able to grow it outdoors in the ground without any fears for quite a few months in your zone. When it starts to get cold at night, pot it up and move it indoors (I'm not entirely sure on cold hardiness for E. glaucum, but baased on other ensetes, it will probably need to be moved inside). You could try dormant overwintering, or I prefer overwintering things alive in a south-facing window (if you have the space).
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