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Old 10-03-2017, 10:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hey gys, could yall tell me what nana I have. Thanks in advance.
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Old 10-03-2017, 11:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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At that juvenile stage, no. When you have pictures of the stalk, the leaves, the flowers, and the fruit when it's full grown: maybe.
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In keeping with "grower standard" naming practices to increase the value of their plant. you have a one of a kind 'Dacora' nana.

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Where did you acquire this plant from and where are you located? Although we can't really say with certainty exactly what it is, some context can really narrow down the possibilities. Also, if you pull down one of the lower leaves to reveal the underlying color of the pseudostem, what color is it?
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Now that I can see the photo (??), I have 6 that look just like it. From the wine stains, and closely space small leaves, I believe you have a super dwarf Cavendish; possibly a Truly Tiny. ... Of the eatable type (seedless) bananas, to my knowledge and available references, these super dwarf (less than 6 ft) type bananas are ALL Cavendish types. The Truly Tiny grows to about 3 ft tall and are very hard to fruit. The Big Box stores & garden centers have been selling these for the past year or so.

I don't know what in the ornamental type bananas that may look the same. Please check the color of the pstem and post a picture of pstem; and tell us where you purchased the plant.

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