Musa Dwarf White Iholena

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Cultivar Name

Musa 'dwarf white iholena'

Synonyms

Iholena Iholena

Haa Haa

Ha'a

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Description

A low plant with short, broad and hard leaves. The fruit which grows on a short rachis in a compact stocky bunch and is edible fresh or cooked when ripe. The skin is yellow when ripe. Ha'a is taller than the introduced 'Chinese banana' that bears larger bunches. The trunk is black, maybe extinct. Fruit and leafstalk are bunched, short rachis.

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Origin

Hawaii

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Usage

Fresh

Cooked

Flowering

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Cultivation

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Research Notes

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Members Growing This Banana

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