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(Banana, Hybrid Banana, Pome Banana)

A delicious dessert banana, the Pome AAB Group of bananas are sturdy, upright, fast growing, ornamental tropical herbs (not trees) with large, flat, green leaves that grow on angling stems. The relatively small fruits are distinctly bottle-nosed in shape and have an acidy, apple-like flavor. Broadly speaking, these hybrid triploid bananas are often affected by fusarium wilt and are highly vulnerable to Sigatoka leaf spot. They are widely grown in Brazil, Cameroon, Australia, India and especially...

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Nancy Engel

(Banana, Hybrid Banana, Siam Ruby Banana)

Truly an extravagant foliage plant, 'Siam Ruby' boasts large leaves of dark red marked with irregular flecks of light green. Reputed to be a mutant sport of the cultivar 'Tapo' and first seen growing in Papua New Guinea, this highly ornamental red-leaved banana entered the international market in 2005.

The newly emerging leaves look pale green initially but quickly turn deep ruby red with flecks or horizontal streaks of light green. The more heat, humidity and direct sun, the more intense the...

(Banana, Hybrid Banana, Silk Banana)

A delicious and fragrant dessert banana, 'Silk' is an ornamental tropical herb (not a tree) with large, flat, green leaves and fruits of a distinctive, acidy, apple-like and sweet flavor. They are plump, round-tipped fruits that will have split skins once fully ripe with white flesh. This hybrid triploid banana is detrimentally affected by Panama disease. This cultivar rivals 'Dwarf Cavendish' in worldwide popularity for the local orchard.

As with all bananas, each stem flowers and sets fruit...

(Banana, Hybrid Banana)

Bananas are one of the world's most important food crops and are grown in warm, moist regions globally. The AAAB Group of bananas are primarily the result of extensive and deliberate breeding programs to develop new plants with resistance to devestating diseases. One such renowned breeding center is in Honduras, the FHIA. Disease-resistant hybrids are vital to human livelihood and nutrition in tropical parts of the world where banana crop diseases are rampant.

The clump-forming plants develop...

Image of Musa (Cavendish, A A A Group) photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Banana, Cavendish Banana)

Banana is one of the world's most important food crops. The Cavendish group is a subgroup of edible bananas. They are particularly popular as crops in the tropical Americas and the Philippines and are said to put forth nearly half of the world’s banana production. All have a moderate to short stature are typically broad leaved and produce lots of high quality seedless yellow fruit.

Like all edible bananas, its members have been long cultivated and are hybrids of Musa acuminata and M....

(Banana, Mysore Banana)

This widely popular dessert banana group includes upright, fast growing, ornamental tropical herb (not a tree) with large, flat, green leaves with pinkish undersides that produces locally important hands of edible banana fruits. Broadly speaking, this triploid hybrid AAB group has a historical origin in the Mysore region of India. It has good resistance to the Sigatoka leaf spot and Panama diseases, but tends to be affected by the banana streak virus.

As with all bananas, each red-brown stem...

Image of Musa (Ney Mannan, A B B Group) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Banana, Ney Mannan Banana)

A sweet, creamy dessert banana, the Ney Mannan ABB banana group are upright, fast growing, ornamental tropical herbs (not trees) with large, flat, bluish green leaves and fruits of a distinctive waxy blue tint and flesh that is sweet and creamy. Hands are densely lined with plump, light yellow fruits that may be box-like (with rounded sides). Broadly speaking, these hybrid triploid bananas are tolerant of drier soil conditions and cooler temperatures than other bananas, lending their use to subtropical...

(Banana, Hybrid Banana, Pisang Banana)

Delicious dessert bananas, the Pisang Raja AAB Group are upright, fast growing, ornamental tropical herbs (not trees) with large, flat, green leaves that produces a moderately sized but high quality cluster of fruits. Broadly speaking, these hybrid triploid bananas have a good tolerance of wind and winter chills, have historical origins in India and are widely cultivated in Malaysia and Indonesia.

As with all bananas, each stem flowers and sets fruit only once before dying. That stem, or cane,...

(Banana, Hybrid Banana, Pome Banana)

A delicious dessert banana, the Pome AAB Group of bananas are sturdy, upright, fast growing, ornamental tropical herbs (not trees) with large, flat, green leaves that grow on angling stems. The relatively small fruits are distinctly bottle-nosed in shape and have an acidy, apple-like flavor. Broadly speaking, these hybrid triploid bananas are often affected by fusarium wilt and are highly vulnerable to Sigatoka leaf spot. They are widely grown in Brazil, Cameroon, Australia, India and especially...

(Banana, Hybrid Banana, Saba Banana)

Typically starchy bananas, the Saba ABB banana group are massive-stemmed, upright, fast growing, ornamental tropical herbs (not trees) with large, flat green leaves. Hands are lined with plump, green fruits rich in starches, and are better regarded as plantains. Broadly speaking, these hybrid triploid plants are tolerant of drier soil conditions than others as well as having good resistance to the Sigatoka leaf spot diseases. They are often loved not only for their starchy fruit and foliage, but...