August 11, 2007

Banana tree (follow up)

Since now four months I have reported on the banana tree in “my” park. It’s nicely growing, But still no bananas !

10 comments:

hpy said...

It might be something else than a banana tree.

Zhang said...

Difficult to believe that it's the same tree.

Zhang said...

For me, at least.

Shionge said...

Yes I did remember this bananan tree Peter :D

isabella said...

Sing with me, Peter:

"Yes, we have no bananas
We have-a no bananas today
We've string beans, and onions
Cabashes, and scallions,
And all sorts of fruit and say
We have an old fashioned tomato
A Long Island potato But yes, we have no bananas
We have no bananas today!"

;-)

lyliane said...

Si il n'y a pas de fruits, il y a toujours de belles feuilles! On ne peut pas tout avoir.....

Cergie said...

C'est un fait, ton bananier c'est pour le plaisir des zyeux et non celui du palais et c'est déjà ça !
Pour les bananes, je pense que celle de Cote d'Ivoire ou de Martinique de toute façon seraient meilleures...

lyliane said...

Va voir le site: www.bananier.fr, que Claude a mis sur son blog, car elle a des bananiers dans son jardin et nous a fait un cours sur la banane.Tu peux voir son nom dans mon blog rubrique : site à visiter.

black feline said...

another 6mths perhaps? keep us posted.and don't forget a banana for me...your favorite feline...lol

Anonymous said...

yes, I believe it's the same banana tree because if one chops the trunk of a young banana tree in half, it'd reshoot the trunk again, and regrow (preferably a young tree; the old one (already flowered) the core already becomes hardened, it can't reshoot the bud again); banana tree is a type of creature in nature that doesn't need a "husband" to have baby!