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That is certainly one way to protect a banana tree!I wouldn't attempt to cross it. :)
a good barbed wire fence! :)
Sa Montol na siya te. Naka response na lagi ka dire hehehe
I've only seen banana trees at the botanical gardens in the greenhouse, no barbed wire fence there!
Yep I think your right...this fence is a real deterrent!
A barbed wire fence. So what are they trying to keep out the monkeys?
Is the fence to keep people or animals out--or both? Wonderful color on these.
The bunch of bananas almost looks like an unusual flower form! The fence would definitely keep me out.
such a gorgeous view. i could use a banana for breakfast please. yummy looking. (:
hey, kim ... have you changed to a different blog ... maybe you have 2 blogs. i keep seeing your name but then forget when i get to the blog to say hi. hope you are good. enjoy your weekend. take care. guess i need to wake up. it is so early. need coffee. ha. ha!! (:
my grandparents had a banana tree but i don't remember it ever producing any bananas, or at least not edible ones!
Yep, I'd stay away from those bananas. Awesome picture!
http://annsnowchin.blogspot.co.nz/2012/06/save-worldwatery-wedballs-in-river.html a nz plant blog also has banana tree
That's awesome - I've never lived anywhere that bananas would grow!
The textures and colors are great!
How cool to see bananas growing!
As bananas as I eat I would love to have one of these trees in my yard. But, alas I will have to settle for overripe bananas from the grocery store.
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