Dwarf Cavendish might seem like an oddity, but they’ve been floating around in people’s homes since the Victorian era. Native to Bangladesh and Vietnam, these tropicals thrive in humid conditions and greatly benefit from being in them. The summer months will have your Dwarf Cavendish sprouting new leaves almost every week. Never let it get too cold or the trunk and leaves will begin to turn mushy. After about a year and a half, your Dwarf Cavendish will have bountiful fruit ready to harvest.