If you were to see a banana plantation, you'd probably say "yes," bananas do grow on trees. But although banana plants certainly look like trees, growing up to 30 feet tall, they're really giant shoots, the banana plant is an herb, not a tree! In fact, the banana is the largest plant on earth without a woody stem.
Yes, they do.
Bananas do not grow on trees, the grow on the largest herbaceous flowing plant
Bananas grow on banana trees.
They are the fruit of the banana tree.
Bananas grow on large tree-like plants.
Bananas do not grow on trees. The plant bananas grow on are herbs.
bananas grow on trees :(
Bananas do not grow on trees, the plant is the largest herbaceous shrub
Yes, bananas grow on the tree in a cluster referred to as a 'hand'.
Bananas grow on trees. They are native to tropical regions of Southeast Asia.
grow a tree Bananas do not grow on trees. The banana is the largest herbaceous flowering plant
Yes bananas grow on trees in bunches the way you buy them in the store.
They grow down from trees. ----They actually grow pointing upwards
Bananas grow on trees Banana's do not grow on trees, the plant is the largest herbaceous flowering plant. The upright stem is called the psuedostem which bears the fruit. After fruiting the stem dies and fresh stems grow from the base
coconut and bananas
Bananas dont grow on trees
If you were to see a banana plantation, you'd probably say "yes," bananas do grow on trees and other ones