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For a similar plant in the Chinese version of Plants vs. Zombies 2, see Banana Dancer.

Banana Tree (芭蕉; pinyin: bājiāo) was a plant in Plants vs. Zombies Online. It attacked zombies by throwing its two leaves as boomerangs in a shortened five-tile range.

When it lost half of its total health, it became wilted and threw only one leaf.



Banana Tree is based on the Musa basjoo tree, more commonly known as the "Japanese banana", a banana tree originating from southern China that is commonly cultivated in parts of Japan for its plant fibers.





技能: 无
消耗阳光: 150
伤害: 轻微
冷却时间: 较短

    In English: Banana Tree

    A calm and stable plant.
    Maintains an effective attack distance.

    Tower defense:
    Banana Tree attacks targets that are not too far, but not too close either.
    When a wave of zombies arrives, Banana Tree is an excellent helper.

    Skills: None
    Sun cost: 150

    Damage: Light
    Recharge: Fast

Plant Food effect

When fed Plant Food, Banana Tree threw both of its leaves and dealt damage in the 3x4 tile area in front of it. If it was wilted, it threw its one leaf in the same range.


Banana Tree works the same way as Fume-shroom with a few gameplay differences. Its range is five tiles compared to Fume-shroom's four tiles, however, it costs 25 sun more than the aforementioned plant and does half its initial damage when half of its total health is gone.

Ultimately, strategies where Fume-shroom is at its most effective should also apply to this plant. The player should also keep in mind that both plants have completely different Plant Food effects, so strategies where the player uses Power Tiles on Fume-shroom will not work with this plant.



  • Its projectiles acted similar to Bloomerang's projectiles.
    • However, unlike Bloomerang, each projectile just damaged zombies once each time.
  • Its pseudostem slightly resembles a banana, the fruit it produces.

See also

V · T · E
Plants (Tower defense)
Plants vs. Zombies Online
Player's House Sunflower · Peashooter · Wall-nut · Potato Mine
Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum Bruce Bamboo · Carrot Rocket · Pomegranate-pult · Dandelion · Venus Flytrap · Wax Gourd · Sod
Ancient Egypt Bloomerang · Bonk Choy · Grave Buster · Iceberg Lettuce · Cabbage-pult
Pirate Seas Snapdragon · Spikeweed · Spring Bean · Kernel-pult · Coconut Cannon · Narcissus · Endurian · Spikerock · Pineapple Cannon · Threepeater
Far Future Laser Bean · Blover · Citron · E.M.Peach · Tile Turnip · Ganoderma · Banana Tree · Nitration Mushroom · Infi-nut · Magnifying Grass
East Sea Dragon Palace Oxygen Algae · Garlic · Bubble Flower · Electric Anemone
Upgrades Twin Sunflower · Repeater
VIPs Winter Melon
Power Ups Cherry Bomb · Jalapeno
Premium Squash · Snow Pea · Tall-nut
Adventure Mode only Magic Vine · Split Pea · Chili Bean · Lightning Reed · Pea Pod · Melon-pult · Starfruit · Chomper · Fire Peashooter · Cattail · Zorrose · Clivia · Sap-fling · Acidic Citrus · Magic-shroom · Ghost Pepper · Guacodile · Hurrikale · Plantern · Oak Archer · Homing Thistle · Pepper-pult · Radish · Toadstool · Blooming Heart · Red Stinger · Electric Blueberry · A.K.E.E. · Moonflower · Guerrequila · Aspiragus · Pumpkin Witch · Mine Fruit · Sea Anemone · Lychee Drill · Sea Starfruit
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