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Unknown but looks Yummy!!! Please help?
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A tree that was in my yard when i got my house. Went to Afghanistan for 6 months and this thing GREW (12 feet tall)!!! I need to know what kind of tree it is so i can research to take care of it and eat these bananas. Smile Any help i can get would be greatly appreciated.


Thanks!!!!
Ron
· Date: Thu September 3, 2009 · Views: 1595 · Filesize: 46.7kb, 801.3kb · Dimensions: 1536 x 2048 ·
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Keywords: New, Identification, Unknown, 12 feet
Additional Categories: Variegated Bananas, Members' Galleries
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planetrj


Registered: September 2009
Location: Hilo area, Hawaii
Posts: 347
Mon September 14, 2009 4:50pm Rating: 10.00 



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planetrj


Registered: September 2009
Location: Hilo area, Hawaii
Posts: 347
Mon September 14, 2009 4:54pm

Unfortunately, since it didn't have a tag, you will likely need to just call it a NoID, as naming it could cause confusion later if/when you decided to share pups. The whole mat looks healthy, and the angular fruit look like it could be Orinoco possibly, but again, not a good idea to name something without being 100% sure. I would just enjoy it as your bountiful tree. I would double check a ripened fruit before eating it to make sure it's not seeded, so you don't chip your teeth.


Enjoy! It looks like it really likes where it's at! Smile

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