Banana nana bo bana fi fi fo fana banana


I think that these Banana’s harvested from one of Banana trees (plants technically) in our garden by my father in-law may be the last batch we get till next summer. We still have two trees with bunches on them but I don’t think they will survive the cold.

banana1We’ve had a number of potential harvest this year; most though were stolen before we were able to harvest them. The perils of have a community garden; we only end up with a small percentage of what we grow the rest is stolen by others. I’ve even caught other community garden members digging up plants from our garden to put in theirs.

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Banana Tree on our side yard.

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4 Responses to Banana nana bo bana fi fi fo fana banana

  1. James Gielow says:

    Hi, I’m also in San Diego and have an ice cream variety I planted last year. No fruit yet it seems. I’ve read that they need a lot of fertilizer, do you find that to be true? Any tips on how I can get then to fruit? I’m so banana hungry!

    • usabaker says:

      Hi James, I’ve not done anything extraordinary to have these bananas fruit. I have them at two different locations and one in a pot and even the one in the pot has fruited. As long as they have water they seem happy. Since you are in San Deigo; if you would like one of the plants I would be more then happy to provide you one. I don’t know what the variety 0r strain this banana is but it is an Southeast Asian variety. I’ve not seen them in the nursery’s around here.

      • James Gielow says:

        Huh. I wonder if it was just too young to produce right away. It’s about 12 feet tall now though. A beast.

        Thank you kindly for your offer! I may take you up on it. Especially if they’re so proficient in this region. Now to find room for it…

  2. usabaker says:

    I transplanted young shoot from our community garden to our house 3 miles away and they have produces in the same year.

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