I saw on an earlier post that Tropicalvr had tried musa acuminata seeds from banana-tree.
He also said the resulting plants were quite cold hardy. The owners at banana-tree couldnt say anything more than the seeds coming from china.
At the online stores the seeds are sold as "dwarf cavendish" with broad and sturdy leaves, wich I find quite odd.
When I tried these seeds 2 years ago, one grew into a skinny, leggy bananaplant wich resembled my musa basjoos both in colour of leaves and speed of growth. Unfortunately, it died by winter.
Is there a chance these seeds could be from "musa basjoo"? Or is the true wild, seeded variety of musa acuminata kind of cold hardy as Tropicalvr has experienced? Is basjoo more related to acuminata because of the red in the leaves? Or is it balbisiana wich is the main "parent"?