What???What a wonderful surprise, JM. I would never have thought that banana could grow in your part of the world.Do share more stories about it, please.
Love the bananas shot - it's much more exotic coming from Europe. I had the BEST banana flower salad in Hanoi this summer. It had mint and peppers and dried beef. Have one on your next Vietnamese excursion.
Great closeup. Don't think I have ever seen bananas growing like this up close.
Such a tropical looking photo! My grandparents used to have a banana tree but we couldn't eat the bananas for some reason. It was a very long time ago,lol
WOW! That's outdoors, we have them here at the conservatory--INDOORS! And I thinks that's neat! To have them outdoors, what a treat.
Now that is something I think we'll never see in Malta. I do have a plant which was my mother in law's, and she used to call it a banana plant. It's looking a bit wilted right now but I'll take a photo later on when it's looking more perky to show you what it's like.
oooh, I love the color here! This is something we can't see in sub-tropical areas, too.Nice photo~
I agree it is cool.
In spite of my being on a trip in the south of Sweden, the local grocery is still the only place I'm going to find these...Good catch!
A bananeira dá-se cá muito bem :)
Did you know that there is a banana diet craze at the moment in Japan? They've run out of bananas because of this. Nice shot!Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comments. Have a great week ahead!joyA Pinay In EnglandYour Love CoachI, Woman
What! There are bananas in your place! Wow! That's so cool! These are my favorite fruit.
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