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Banana Identification Mystery Nanner? This is where you can get help to identify your banana plants. Upload some pics to your gallery and post a thread and let everyone know as much info that you have of the plant.


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Old 10-21-2009, 11:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I have had this plant about a year and a half - got from a friend who has no clue what it is or where his parents got it from, etc. It is now about 7 feet tall and the pups its produced are no more than a foot tall. I thought I would wait until it fruited to take pictures, hopefully they help. The poor thing has become pretty wind torn the last couple days - it has been pretty windy here.
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Old 10-21-2009, 11:30 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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No idea, but she's a beauty!
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Odd looking fruit, but I have no idea.

Is flooding an issue there? It looks as if that house is only a few feet above the water line!
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Its a Popo'ulu (which is a whole group of culivars), very likely 'Hua Moa'.
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Its a Popo'ulu (which is a whole group of culivars), very likely 'Hua Moa'
I like the hawaian plantains they sell here in stores, so that would be good

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No flooding issue, just south florida-the builders here dig up limestone to firm up the land in order to build houses on what may as well be wetlands. Where they dig becomes a canal so half the homes many neighborhoods are "waterfront".

Thanks all - I will post pics of the fruit when its fully developed.
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