Right Steps & Poui Trees

Green Banana: Nature’s Colours


This banana tree has taken its time in bearing, but now that it has…

…what a lovely bunch of green bananas!

I took these photos early one morning, when overnight rain was still on the leaves and the fruit…

…sun-kissed green banana!

Author: rightpouitree

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5 thoughts on “Green Banana: Nature’s Colours

  1. I looked on with envy at that hand. I had 3 suckers (2 banana, 1 plantain) from my house in Mandeville, which gave a hand each and now, only 1 palm remains tho I see a new sucker coming, but nary a blossom. The last hand was blown down by storm earlier in the year. Day oh! ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • I did wonder if this tree was ever going to do anything in the way of fruit! And look at it now! ๐Ÿ™‚

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      • Some plants have funny & unpredictable gestation & fruit production. Having that with pumpkins that been in since March but wont set fruit; Iโ€™ve enjoyed blossoms. In part, was too hot in spring. Now, itโ€™s cooler, but too much rain making beds soggy. But, Iโ€™ve learned a lot about pumpkin vines, which are permanent in our climate.

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      • At one point during the drought this year, this tree looked as though it wanted to give up, but I kept giving it water. I would have been disappointed if it hadn’t produced anything but leaves. Can one eat banana leaves? I wonder….

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  2. The joy of pumpkin vines is all parts are edible ๐Ÿ™‚

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