Wednesday, October 13, 2010

ABC Wednesday-M for musa ornamental

ABC Wednesday  this week letter “M”, my post is about Musa Ornata. M is also for Macro Monday.


The color and lovely shape of the Musa ornamental bananas always catch my eye. SengKang river walk park has more selections of these beauties.


Musa Ornata – also called “Flowering Banana” . This plant has a long spike like stem with upright, yellow-orange flowers, each almost completely enclosed by a beautiful red , pink or purple bract. Their leaves are a vibrant green, paddle shaped, can use for tropical fresh cut flowers arrangements.

The fruit is attractive but tends to be inedible.
Find out more about Musa ornamental by doing Google search.

11 comments:

photowannabe said...

Amazing macro. The bananas are fascinating.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful macro shots of the flower.

Leo said...

that first image.. WOW! breathtaking ones!

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EG Wow said...

The blossom colour is gorgeous! Ornamental bananas?!

Granny Smith said...

What gorgeous colors!

lisa said...

An amazing plant, and these photographs of it are amazing!

Roger Owen Green said...

the top pic in particular is MAGNIFICENT

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Gramma Ann said...

What a lovely flower. Bummer, the fruit isn't for eating.

shopannies said...

very cool looking plant my mother would love it

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Oh my! I've not only not seen anything like that but never anything photographed so amazingly well. Fantastic macro!

Anna said...

Amazing close-up 'macro' of this beautiful plant.
Best wishes,
Anna
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