I like to explore….
Now that is a banana flower of format!
Wow! It’s such an interesting picture. What’s that red? The petal?
Yes, I discovered that not only do Banana plants flower but they flower with these impressive big, red petals creating a dramatic contrast with that bright green! 🙂
Wow, that is just bizzare looking! But so tasty too heh…
Isn’t it?! Pretty though 🙂
How cool is that?!
I think so! I didn’t know they had flowers until this encounter…. 🙂
Pretty wierd looking. Looks like something out a 50s sci-fi B-movie.
Now that’s wierd and stunning!
….my favourite combination! 😉 Thanks
I want those to ripen!!! YUM!
Haha, yes they look tempting – I love how they grow in rows like that!
Yes! It’s so cool to see how fruit grows, especially ones that we see/eat all the time!
I haven’t seen this before… This is amazing, Thank you dear Tania, with my love, nia
I am happy to have introduced you to the wonders of Banana flowers! 🙂
did not know that they flowered.. that is beautiful!
I didn’t know either….it was a wonderful surprise!
Nice shot, Tania!
I like the color contrast.
I’m happy you like it…..I loved seeing this for the first time in ‘real life’! Thanks
I’ve never seen this until now. BEAUTIFUL FLOWER. So glad your camera caught it and that you shared it.
Thanks Gordon….it is surprisingly vibrant isn’t it – I didn’t even know Banana plants flowered at all until I spotted it 🙂
Yes. I had no idea they flowered. Only experience wdith banana plant was getting sick under a banana tree in Cuba after our hosts gave us banana juice. Had no idea it could actually be beautiful. It is.
So special, this flower. And so wonderful. And a wonderful shor, Tania!
Thanks Truels, it was certainly a nice surprise discovering this beauty!
wow there is so much to that! i had to study it a bit…love it!
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