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What is this Banana Plant Variety?

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Can anybody help me identify this banana plant variety it was from coolbananas two plants in one large pot labeled mix I would say its not Ladyfinger or Dwarf Cavendish as it looks nothing like those that I have any suggestions apreciated but is definately of Coolbananas range that they sell.
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21st December 2011 2:45pm
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Jason says...
Red Dacca maybe
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21st December 2011 2:54pm
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John Mc says...
I have a cool bananas tag with "mix" on the label that a nurseryman gave me. It turned out to be a red dacca as well, doesn't mean they all will be.
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21st December 2011 4:02pm
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
Dunno John, but how do your Blue Java taste? Mine must be about eighteen feet tall but no flowers yet. Hope they're worth the wait.
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NSWbananas.com.au says...
I think they might both be dwarf red dacca as looks like a smaller version of my dwarf red dacca and the other plant from the same pot thriving about 1m plus high to leaf base
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21st December 2011 5:19pm
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Dr greenthumb says...
I want a red Dacca anyone in brissy have one to share or sell ??
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21st December 2011 10:41pm
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trikus says...
Red Dacca has a very red stem , yours looks to be red even with all the glare .
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21st December 2011 11:20pm
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NSW Bananas says...
Here is the other banana plant that was in the same pot labeled mix I think dwarf red dacca like the large banana plant that is behind it is a dwarf red dacca.
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BJ says...
Dr Greenthumb, Red Dacca is not on the permitted banana list for SE QLD, so finding one will be pretty hard.

NSW Bananas, they all look pretty red dacca-ish to me. Is that a zebrina in your first post? (behind the red dacca?)
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NSW Bananas says...
This Banana plant is a coolbananas Valery Variety Not Zebrina.
Is Zebrana an edible ?
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BJ says...
The blood banana is not edible. grown as an ornamental banana, as the red splotchy foliage is striking, as are the blooms. They can get a bit expensive.
Your's looks a fair bit like a zebrina. If it is an edible sp., it's a mighty fine looking plant. The looks of blood banana and a decent fruit - that sounds fantastic.
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23rd December 2011 1:11pm
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NSW Bananas says...
Yes this is definately a velery an edible and my dwarf cavendish and goldfinger all have similar looking foilage the look quite nice
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NSW Bananas says...
This is one of my 4 Dwarf cavendish also a very nice looking plant.
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NSW Bananas says...
and this is one of my two Goldfinger plants.
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NSW Bananas says...
BJ are you alowed to grow Valery up there?
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