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Old 06-01-2017, 02:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Hello from St. croix!

Hi everyone,

What a great forum this is here. I had two kinds of banana species I was unable to identify. I posted over on another and someone kindly pointed me in the right direction.

One type he has identified as apple banana. This threw me off because I used to live on Kauai and the Hawaiian Apple Bananas look completely different. But then I learned on this forum that the Hawaiian apple banana is actually a Brazilian banana.

The other type I was unable to identify is Saba. I didn't plant this one, it was already on the property I live on.

I'll post some pics on my gallery and would be grateful if someone can confirm that those are the two varieties I have.

I've been living on St. Croix for seven years now and have purchased a one acre property that my wife and I have been planting up with all kinds of fruit trees and bananas. I'll post a few pics of our property as well. Check my gallery for the pictures.

Anyways, just wanted to say hi and glad to be part of the community here.
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