Re: Musa coccinea cold hardy? Yep!
Seeing it in Anniston has made me want to try it again. I had it in the ground in Nashville, but dug it up for the winter because it was still very small. Not a good idea...the little corm dessicated to nothing! Even if it never flowered here (which it probably never would), it is still an attractive plant with its slender pseudostems and long, narrow leaves. Does well in shade also.