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Old 08-08-2017, 03:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hi everyone! This is a fruiting banana on north of me. It seams a Tall Namwah but i don't know for shure. Thank's!
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Old 08-08-2017, 04:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The photo is so dark it's hard to tell.
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The photo is so dark it's hard to tell.
Hi! Here the pic is bigger: https://www.meteopt.com/forum/topico...4/#post-617557
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Do you have a picture of the bloom?
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No, this is not mine. It's on north of my location, so i was interested to know what is it...
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It looks to be a nicely plump Burro nanas. But, need more pictures for positive ID.
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It looks to be a nicely plump Burro nanas. But, need more pictures for positive ID.
Hi! Are you shure? They are not so angular...
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It's hard to judge the size of them.And They look a bit too bright green to be nam wah.
They look a like a smaller fat type.
Especially in the second picture.
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It's hard to judge the size of them.And They look a bit too bright green to be nam wah.
They look a like a smaller fat type.
Especially in the second picture.
Thank's! Hum ok then, but it's nothing like orinoco, pomme banana or banana prata right?
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Looks like Namwah to me.
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Looks like Namwah to me.
Thank's a lot my friend! That's great to know there are a Namwah fruiting 80Km north of my location!

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No, that's why we need more pictures... But Burro (Bluggoe) will lose the angular appearance if allowed the fill out to plump. Google pics of the Burro. ... This picture link appears to be in Portugal and the blog discussion seems to be naming sub-varieties of the Bluggoe/Orinoco nanas. ... Could be a Namwah ???
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I was thinking Namwah as well, the pointy ends. Pic is too dark, so color is useless.

Also, there's more to climate than north and south. Be careful. Lakes, mountains and valleys among other things can cause microclimates.
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