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Old 05-26-2019, 02:36 PM   #1601 (permalink)
 
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Old 05-26-2019, 02:57 PM   #1602 (permalink)
 
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I transplanted a pup from one of my tall namwas (14'+ with 300 finger bunch) to my Mother's yard in Spring 2018. A marginal location and not much attention results in a 7' plant with 40 fingers.

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Mystery banana, beautiful!









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Looks like Orinoco, though a little early to say definitely.

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Looks like Orinoco, though a little early to say definitely.


Thanks, I do grow orinoco as it was identified last year by Ty and this for me looks completely different. I know time will tell, regardless it is very pretty!
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Old 06-18-2019, 10:56 AM   #1607 (permalink)
 
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Blue Java flowers again! 4th time. This year!


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My Double Mahoi just started blooming last week. PRobably too late in the year to get any fruit, but fingers crossed!
I'll post pics once the raceme(s) emerge
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Good old 'Williams' - easy to see why it is so widely planted

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Beautiful pictures....the banana plant is the most amazing and beautiful plant I've seen. Us Northern people have never seen a banana plant/flower grow...until I acquired one 3 years ago....has been an interesting adventure seeing them grow and I have been lucky to have one flower and bear bananas this year. This site has given me valuable information.....love seeing all the pictures.
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The result of two mild winters in Savannah.

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