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Old 07-04-2015, 07:19 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I found this post and pix from pitangadiego (Gran Nain) and I think they look the same as my plant. What do you guys think?
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Old 07-04-2015, 07:24 PM   #22 (permalink)
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My banana flower
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Slaaaaaaam DUNK!
Case closed!
Chiquita banana it is!

Susan how about a comparison taste report?
Is it truly better than store bought?
I guess we can close this thread.
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Now let's see how long it takes to fill (July).
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Look at the flower ends. Has anyone else seen this before?
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Look at the flower ends. Has anyone else seen this before?
Susan
This is a different tree from the gran nain you posted on July 4?
The gran nain we already ID.
Looks like the fingers are fused on this 1?
What were the choices of tc you ordered?
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This one is a different tree from the 1 pictured above?
What are the possible choices again?
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This one is a different tree from the 1 pictured above?
What are the possible choices again?
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Richard youre the exxxxxxpert!
Why dont you answer Susans question?
All I notice is the fused fingers.
The protruding Q-tip I imagine is the
male/pollen donor?
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Old 07-10-2015, 06:36 AM   #32 (permalink)
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This is a different tree from the gran nain you posted on July 4?
The gran nain we already ID.
Looks like the fingers are fused on this 1?
What were the choices of tc you ordered?
It's the same plant. I have never seen the ends of the flower look like that.

I think it looks like the picture of the Gran Nain. The Peduncle is suppose to be dark green, but my plant has a lot of red on the peduncle. I'm waiting to see if the rachis is messy or clean.

The plants I ordered were Gran Nain, Williams and California Gold.

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Yes, sometimes I get flowers/fingers fused like that, including on Cavendish varieties.
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