I bought a six inch banana tree from a local plant nursery, and it has been growing for probably two or three months now, planted on a corner of my house. I don't know how big it will get, so I don't know if where I planted it is open enough. I was told that once it had 21 leaves it would bear fruit. I don't know what kind of banana tree it is, or how I should take care of it to help it grow faster. The ...pseudostem? is reddish and the leaves have a red stripe down the centers, and a very small red line around the edges of the leaves. Also, it is starting to grow another stem, and I don't know if this is a good thing or a bad thing. Should I separate the stem from the original one, or should I hope for more stems? And with the 21 leaves until fruit, is that overall leaves, or just on one stem? The main stem has 7 leaves, the little one on the side has 3. Anyone's help would be appreciated! Thanks!