If you want to accentuate clove and minimize banana go with White Labs HefeWeizen IV strain (wlp380). Pitch a healthy starter in at about 58 degrees, hold temp until fermentation is active for 3 or 4 days then ramp up to 64, hold a couple days then ramp up to 68 until finished. Cold crash 48 hours then package.
I'm not so much wanting to accentuate the clove as to just make sure it's balanced with the banana. I find that most of the hefeweizens I've tried at brewpubs are way over the top banana -- almost like a caricature of a hefeweizen. That is what I want to avoid. The imports from Germany never seem to have that crazy banana bomb problem, so I'm not sure if Americans are doing it on purpose or if there is some secret to keeping a balance.
My plan actually was to use WLP380 but my LHBS only carries Wyeast. As it turns out, my LHBS was out of pils malt so the brew got delayed anyway so I might take a ride and get WLP380.
Only issue is I would have problems holding at 58 right now. Best I can do is about 62 to 64 (beer temp) and my plan was to pitch at 60, let rise and hold at 64 for about 5 days, then bring it up to about 70 until it was done. Do you think those temps would be an issue for that yeast?