Originally Posted by Utahguy
Hello, I finally found a good musa basjoo online and placed the order. It arrived yesterday and I put it in my windowsill until the Utah temps are a bit warmer. At what point am I okay putting this plant in the ground?
The soil was clay, so I dug a nice hole and added sand, Kellogg compost, Kellog Soil Ammend, and tilled it up. Looks nice and I hope the Basjoo will be happy. Looking forward to watching this little guy grow!
Looking good...plant in ground after last frost...
Make sure the planting hole is LARGE,your plant will triple in size in a few years if all goes well and those roots will need to go somewhere.
Do it now.
Make the hole larger/amended while you can.