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Old 05-25-2016, 02:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What comes after Mahoi (twins)?

So not long ago I posted about my Dwarf Cavendish and was told since has 2 bloom it is a Mahoi.

NOW the one bloom has split and has another bloom right next to the other. Curious why one of my twins had another twin. Judging by the sizes of the blooms, I am not expecting a huge crop.
I am more or less curious why a bloom would split in two.



The bottom picture is the single bloom on the opposite side of the double bloom.
Wow am I just lucky to have 3 blooms, albeit small on the same plant?

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Old 05-25-2016, 10:56 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Do you have a picture backed off of the whole plant where you can see both Or all 3 flowers.
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Mahoi is known to produce two or more flowers after the second year. It's completely normal. Congrats!
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Do you have a picture backed off of the whole plant where you can see both Or all 3 flowers.
There are 2 banana plants in the pot. The stems are just a little over 5' tall. The flower on the left is the one that split into 2 blooms. They are not very large. The 3rd bloom on the right is small too so I don't think I will get many bananas.
I would much rather have one large bloom and lots of nanners.

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Thanks. Awesome pics. Looks so cool.
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