The mountainous district of Ha Tinh has become the talk of the town with a banana tree that measures over 2 meters in length and boasts of more than 350 bunches.
The height of the banana tree is around 3.5 meters, and its chamber spans over 2 meters in length. Almost a month ago, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Le Hong Phu and Mrs. Dam Thi Loan from Son Hong commune in Huong Son district, Ha Tinh province, garnered a lot of attention from curious individuals who came to witness the fully bloomed banana tree adorned with over 350 clusters.
According to the family, they own a banana variety that is quite rare and solitary, which they purchased from the northern region about a year back. Upon close examination, it has been observed that the plant’s trunk measures around 3.5 meters tall and has a diameter of roughly 30 centimeters. Furthermore, the banana chamber is over two meters in length.
A zoomed-in view on ripe bananas brimming with fruit.
According to Ms. Loan, the family came up with a creative solution to prevent the banana plant from falling by constructing a support pillar. As of now, the initial batches of bananas are starting to ripen, while the lower flowers are still in the process of growing.
According to Loan, taking care of this particular type of banana is pretty much the same as caring for other types. You just need to plant it in a cool and humid environment to help the tree grow. Interestingly, the flower on the banana tree keeps growing and it’s believed that this tree can produce almost 500 bunches of bananas.
As per the family, the banana flowers are still developing, and it is estimated that the tree will produce almost 500 heads. Mr. Pham Van Nam, who holds the position of Chairman of Son Hong Commune People’s Committee located in Huong Son District of Ha Tinh Province, stated that this occurrence of bananas producing hundreds of clusters is unusual and has never been witnessed in the region before. The credit for the picture goes to Pinterest, and the source of this information is Natural Wonders.