It’s not often you see a giant banana growing on a farm in America.
But that’s exactly what the South Carolina-based Banana Plant, an indoor plant, is.
Its roots run deep into the soil.
Its vines grow along the ground.
Its fruit and vegetables, however, grow on its own, growing up and down the branches.
The plant has more than 200 species of plants.
So it has more variety in its fruit and vegetable variety than any other plant on the planet.
But even with all that variety, there are some serious drawbacks to its indoor life.
The indoor banana has a tendency to burn up if you put too much fertilizer into it.
So the plants have to be watered regularly.
Its soil is also prone to erosion, and in a few years, the plant will lose its leaves.
But that’s not the worst of the banana’s problems.
The biggest drawback of indoor banana plants is that the plants are often too small to grow indoors.
The plants have only a few leaves.
But they can easily grow up to a foot tall.
So why would anyone want to live indoors with an indoor banana?
In the US, it has a high price tag of $50 million a year.
But if you’re looking for something a little more affordable, check out these indoor banana beds that will give you the best bang for your buck.