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    Default Banana flower

    Well i think thats what it is.

    Banana flower-p1000500.jpg

    never had one before.

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    Wow!!!!! Looks like it.
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    OMG! That is exciting!
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    Very cool !

    I grew a banana plant many moons ago, from seed. A very clumsy friend came to visit. Next day my 3" banana plant was snapped .
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    I feel your pain SP...Ive had 16 or more years of rugby/footballs snapping off my plants ...this morning the pup was doing mad circles around the garden soaking wet after taking a dip in my pond and stealing my water iris . Thankfully I saw the funny side

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    I have a patch in my border where nothing grows because the dog sleeps there, squashing anything I plant....

    Loving the banana flower - very exciting!
    Another happy Nutter...

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    It is but the sad thing might be that Bananas die after they fruit so you may have to buy yourself a new one

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    Thats not too sad ,as there are four more growing near it
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