Thursday, June 7, 2012

Banana Tree

This is a banana tree looks like. Sometimes in one tree there are two bunches or more. I found the fence fascinating too because I know this fence would keep a thief from stealing the banana. ^_^


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18 comments:

NAJ said...

asa mani ma?

Carletta said...

That is certainly one way to protect a banana tree!
I wouldn't attempt to cross it. :)

TexWisGirl said...

a good barbed wire fence! :)

Kim, USA said...

Sa Montol na siya te. Naka response na lagi ka dire hehehe

Lesley said...

I've only seen banana trees at the botanical gardens in the greenhouse, no barbed wire fence there!

Jan n Jer said...

Yep I think your right...this fence is a real deterrent!

Saun said...

A barbed wire fence. So what are they trying to keep out the monkeys?

Rose said...

Is the fence to keep people or animals out--or both? Wonderful color on these.

Elaine said...

The bunch of bananas almost looks like an unusual flower form! The fence would definitely keep me out.

Beth said...

such a gorgeous view. i could use a banana for breakfast please. yummy looking. (:

Beth said...

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!! (:

Tanya said...

my grandparents had a banana tree but i don't remember it ever producing any bananas, or at least not edible ones!

Susan said...

Yep, I'd stay away from those bananas. Awesome picture!

Ann said...

http://annsnowchin.blogspot.co.nz/2012/06/save-worldwatery-wedballs-in-river.html

a nz plant blog also has banana tree

Al said...

That's awesome - I've never lived anywhere that bananas would grow!

Marie said...

The textures and colors are great!

EG CameraGirl said...

How cool to see bananas growing!

Rita said...

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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