Bananas In Different Colors
And to add to my "rainbow of colors" collection of all those colorful fruits, plants, and vegetables that most of us aren't aware of or most hadn't seen such color exist, here's more.
This fruit is rich in potassium. Now what is it? You usually know it very well and been seeing this fruit every time you go grocery shopping. One of the most common fruits on our households and is color yellow. Yes, it is color yellow and that is the color we all know it has.
That fruit is, the banana. But it comes in different colors too. Have you seen a pink banana? I really think this banana color is pretty! So here they are, bananas in their colors aside from the usual yellow color that we all know.
Some fact about the banana:
* Bananas are grown for their fruits and as an ornamental plant.
* Banana is the answer to the question, "What is the largest herbaceous plant?"
* Banana isn't a tree as we usually call it.
* A cluster of banana is called a bunch or banana stem and each fruit is referred to as finger.
Isn't the color pretty?! This red colored banana is being sold worldwide thou most of us (or some of us) barely see or notice it. I don't even remember seeing this banana on the grocery store I usually go to.
Anyway, in Australia, this red banana is also known as red dacca bananas and is rich in C vitamin and carotene. The color of the flesh of the fruit is light pink when ripe and taste sweet when eaten. This banana is also known as Claret banana and Jamaican red banana.
Pink Velvet Banana
This fuzzy banana measures 3 inches long and has seeds. Pink velvet banana grows for up to 6 feet tall in height and flowers within a year after planting. If you have this banana in your yard, you will start seeing pink inflorescence flowers in a year which will soon turn into this beautiful colored pink fruits.
Is pink banana edible? Yes, if the hard seeds doesn't bother you pink banana is edible and taste sweet and these banana peels itself once ripe.
And now here's another color of banana fruit, purple.
Usually grown as ornamental plant, this banana grows for up to 10 feet in height.
The color of banana that we are used of seeing into grocery stores, the yellow ones. Banana is a good source of potassium and this banana is use on fruit salads and baking.
This color yellow bananas, or called Cavendish banana has originated from China and Vietnam. This delicious fruit that we enjoy is named in honor of the man who had obtained the specimen of this plant, the sixth Duke of Devonshire, William Cavendish.
Other names this banana is known for are Canary banana and Chinese banana.
Other Colorful Hubs of Fruits, Vegetables and Animals
- Rainbow of Colors: Colorful Birds
These colorful birds might just sweeten your day! The golden conure and the guianan cock-of-the-rock in their yellow and orange feathers could add colors into their surroundings! Imagine spotting these birds in either one of those colorful trees.
- Rainbow of Colors: Colorful Mushrooms
And who said mushrooms doesn't have color? Some mushrooms are inedible but just their beauty and color would be enough for you to admire those fungi. Purple, red, blue, and yellow, it's the mushrooms colorful world.
- The Color Of The Spring: Colorful Trees
Showing the beauty of the world with this flowering trees in their purple, yellow, pink, white and red colors!
- Rainbow of Colors: Colorful Shrimps
Colorful images of shrimps along with some interesting information on each species.
- Rainbow of Colors: Brown, Red, Black and Yellow Rice
Being grown as an annual plant, Asian (oryza sativa ) and African (oryza glaberrima ) rice is the staple food of Asia and in the West Indies. But have you heard about black and red rice?
- Rainbow of Colors: Colorful Seahorses
For my another series of my "rainbow of the colors" hubs, I'm choosing seahorses to be the next.
- Rainbow Of Colors: Some Colorful Frogs
What about seeing colorful frogs? These colorful frogs such as the atelopulos frog and the mantella frog in its red color is such a treat for the eye.
More by this Author
Native to Malaysia and Indonesia, this unusual, tropical fruit is loved by those who had tasted this fruit. And with the outer, hairy covering that could deter you from trying has a legend behind it.
Butterflies are beautiful, day-flying insects which feeds primarily on nectars. That's why these graceful, fluttery insects loves visiting flower gardens. But where did butterflies came from?
Maria Cristina, a beautiful name for one of the over 20 waterfalls found in Iligan City. But how did Maria Cristina became the twin waterfall of the city? Let's find out in this Philippine legend.