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Posted by shuffles 9B (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 7, 13 at 18:36

I was looking for the post that indicated banana mansana, apple banana, has small bunches. This one is typical here. The nice thing about this one is I didn't have to plant it. My Cuban neighbor, Jose, planted it and it migrated across the fence.apo

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RE: apple banana

Beautiful bunches! You mean it was on his property but because of the weight of the bananas it is now technically on your property? If so, that is way cool!


RE: apple banana

Actually, they were planted on the other side but have migrated and now grow on my side. Earlier, I did get some that fell on my side. Now, there are none on the other side (the north side) but now and then one with a bunch falls from my side to Jose's side. I have another neighbor with Orinocos. I get a few bunches a year that fall over on my side.

RE: apple banana

Orinocos one one side and manzano on the other, sounds perfect!

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